16 Mins. Albemarle, Brooklyn Miss Earl enters and following a brief Introductory, in which she mentions her former act and tells of what she will do in her present turn, she sings the Jewel song from “Faust.” This is sung in French, splendidly phrased and delivered, and marked with a sense of musical expression that makes the number delightful to listen to. A short bit of rhyme precedes her next number, “I Hear You Calling Me,” which is pianologed in part, orchestral accompaniment being used for the latter portion of the song. This number is also delivered with a keen perception of values… Miss Earl was very well received at the Albemarle, where audiences, through their scarcity of numbers are more or less cold. “Speeches” are few and far between over here, but Miss Earle received sufficient applause at the conclusion of her specialty to justify one in which she said the act was but a week old.
Variety, LVIII:2, June 3 1921.