Bernar’s Marionettes

His stage is placed far down, and is small in size, with the top and sides plainly in view.
The finale is a ballet, with a “premiere.” The dummies are built out of proportion, and the movements are jerky. About the best is a magician, the show following the lines of a variety performance.
The act was well liked by the audience, and was applauded generously,
but Mr. Bernar should have a new stage built, adapted to the houses he will play in this country. His present one could be set up in a fair sized parlor.
Variety 4:1 (04/06/1907)