Consisting mainly of dancing by four children who are celebrating “Uncle Ben's Birthday” which title is used in billing the sketch. The two girls and two boys in the act, one of each sex being unusually clever dancers for their years. One member of the troupe overplays the role of an aged darkey and does some spry stepping in a manner to make one marvel at so quick a recovery.
The youthfulness of the children is a hanficap in securing time, but the act ought to please wherever shown and has a future with development which should come with experience.
Variety 5:1 (05/04/1907)