Miss Phoebe is on the stage, and apparently she plays the instruments, but other than the saxophone the young woman made no serious attempt, simply "faking." She has rather a sharp singing voice as though a season in summer parks had gotten her into the habit of yelling.
Mr. Wygand gives out some fair music, which would sound vastly better were the instruments more up to date in their make, excepting the ordinary cow- bells at the close, which are really the most musical that have been heard on any stage. The selections are taken from popular songs, one as recent as "Honey Boy" being played, but the act can not grow in importance until Wygand secures a better musician as partner. His "Dutch" make-up and talk will bring him nothing hereabouts.
Variety 7:3 (07/20/1907)