Jean Granese

[New Act] Songs, 11 mins; one. Entering as a “single,” doing a number with the two boys starting an argument with an auditor in the third row that ends with first one going on the other side of the lights, shortly followed by the other, who does his share at the piano. The men use an Italian dialect and get some humor out of the speech and mannerisms, but the strength of the act rests with the first boy to leave the audience, due to his voice. Three numbers, the boy mentioned doubling with the girl for two. Miss Granese made one change and has a nice appearance, also singing acceptably with her partner as well. The turn did nicely at the Broadway, No. 3.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 19 November 1920