The Schenck-Marvelli Troupe

Six people are involved, including a tiny girl who does some remarkable tumbling and wins her audiences immediately with her appearance and extreme youth.
The men have a quantity of first rate work in ground tumbling and hand-to-and feats, although they waste a good deal of time in rather trifling stunts.
They closed the show at the Twenty-third Street house and kept the audiene in their seats until the white moving picture drop fell into place – a task that imposes no easy test.
Did they “bunch” the up-to-date work now in use and add a feature trick or two they could enter the field with a first-rate equipment of acrobatic material. The women look exceedingly well and work smoothly.
Variety 6:2 (06/08/1907)