The first and fourth dances are pretty in dress and lights, but the second and third call for no special mention. The latter, a "fire dance," is poorly done.
He is graceful, but not feminine in looks, and an audience likes beauty with its entertainment whenever it is possible.
Eight mirrors are employed, and Martynne has a nice act of its kind, the value of which for big time and money has been discounted. There is no reason why he should not secure a handsome girl to replace him in the actual work, having her good looks as an additional asset.
Variety 7:2 (07/13/1907)