She has never looked prettier than on her entrance in this sketch in a becoming gown of white, and is the cutest of boys.
The piece was written by Ned Nye and Bob Bly. The story is of a college girl who enters the wrong room early in the morning. Attempts to conceal her sex from a member of the faculty, and the college youth whose room she has entered, follow, giving plenty of opportunity for comedy and "situations." The dialogue is brightly written, with a quiet but extremely effective comedy finale, when Miss Ring is disguised as a boy.
Two A. M. will prove a laugh producer of the first water. It must have been expressly written for Miss Ring, fitting her perfectly, and what is more to the point, she plays her dual role charmingly.
Variety 6:3 (06/15/1907)