She does not dance, and without relief of any sort, would have become tiresome had she occupied the stage much longer. A novelty song might have injected some variety, but the singer held pretty closely to straight ballad numbers.
Her reception was cordial enough, but a little bit more of snap and energy would have secured her a much larger share of popularity.
Miss MacClouth has nothing to recommend her to special notice except a clear voice and a pretty frock. This, however, is scarcely enough to place her in an important place without the aid of an animated stage bearing.
Variety 7:1 (07/06/1907)