The Vassar Girls

the girls wear flowing college gowns
An odd ensemble number employing brass instruments is an adaptation of brass instruments is an adaptation of “Waiting at the Church,” played in a curious tempo which gives it the sound of a church anthem.
first rate finish in an electric ballet.
There is an unconscionably long stage wait toward the end in which the girls make a costume change. The gap might be filled in some way if it is absolutely unavoidable. It would seem that the change could be made more quickly The act is marked by a seeming lack of snap and dash in their deportment. The disposition to play the dignified is quite noticeable in the ballet at the end.
Variety 3:1 (03/02/1907)