The Stuart Sisters

Built upon the proper “pony” lines, they dress prettily to emphasize this effect.
The quartet does a quantity of neat acrobatic dancing and “pony” work, but as now arranged the act is rather too long to permit the proper degree of speed to be maintained. The girls open with a song that could be eliminated with profit. They are not good singers, but their dancing is neat and graceful.
The posing dance does fairly well, but they hold the poses too long. The finish involved a lot of fast work, and let the girls off to good applause.
Variety 6:1 (06/01/1907)