"Jennings was on late and judging from the way his talk was received the folks must have 'caught' him at a previous show."
"Steve Jennings shines best at the piano. He opens with a song, goes into a monolog, then moves to the piano and plays ragtime and closes with a baton swinging exhibition with a cane." "Steve isn't a bad entertainer, but his act is all wrong on frameup. He must also uncork more personality and not take his monologing so seriously. Jennings has talent, but it's wrongly applied."
Variety (33:10), February 1914