The Ladies’ Comedy Quartet

The women are dressed as an American tourist, a “Dutch” girl, Irish colleen and Signorita at the opening, each being introduced with a few bars of a characteristic song. A change is made to military costume of blouse and black tights. The girls are shapely and the dressing becoming.
The ensemble singing is passable, with a good high soprano of the American girl predominating.
This American is a very busy young person. She has quantities upon quantities of dialogue. What she said may have had some bearing on the proceedings, but the connection was not plain. The opening six minutes are devoted to pointless talk.
For a burlesque olio act they would probably do well enough, but they have nothing to offer for distinction in vaudeville.
Variety 8:4 (08/24/1907)