The Musical Bennetts

Bad breaks made by the people who remove their stuff. Black Art musical act after the manner of the Kleists. The curtians at the corners are opened wide to permit the removal of the instruments and the effect is totally lost. The act is poorly worked. The man uses his wife only once but she should be used throughout. It would be better if he cloaked himself, unmasking at the end. The audience would wonder at the self playing instruments. The best thing is a roman candle in which the ball returns to the tube after circling the stage.
Variety, 3:1 (7/4/1906)