“Rose Revue”

“Rose Revue,” on after five o’clock, has rough going at that hour and wasn’t strong enough to hold and wasn’t strong enough to hold the people in. The feeble singing of a man and woman, whose only right to appear as public entertainers was their agility as dancers, failed to keep the audience seated until they got going at top speed. And directly they did, they went off and permitted their pianist to do several selection for what seemed an interminable number of minutes, This act was badly placed – in fact the whole was topsy-turvy.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 10 September 1920