Special Drapes and Drops. The interlude begins in “three” with a pianist and a male assistant (Frank Shea and Jack Kennedy), first indulging in an Introduction to the final bars of which Miss Herlein enters singing a ballad which admits of a display of vocalizing. Mr. Kennedy then kills a wait for the changes in the “Clothes” song which follows “A Wild Girl from Yonkers,” with a comic trend is next, after which the curtain is lowered and Kennedy does an eccentric dance in “one,” after which comes a novelty bathing number called “Swim,” with a seashore drop, special curtain for effects and a neat disrobing moment that reveals the splendid proportions of Miss Herlein, proving that she has been holding out or hiding out on vaudeville these many years. The bathing bit makes a nifty closing, flash to an act that is replete with the essentials of a progressive “single.” It is almost safe to assume Miss Herlein will find a welcome pathway for* her latest turn.
Variety, LXII: 12, May 13, 1921.