Two women a man and two sets of special scenery go to make up a fairly entertaining opening act.
The performance of singing off stage does not occur to the auditor as being out of place until it is repeated a second time. The girl of the trio has an agreeable voice and both women do well enough in their dances, but the man is rather a superfluity.
The purpose of the offering apparently is to make its appeal through its novelty and attractiveness of dressing. The latter department needs attention.
Variety 5:2 (05/11/1907)