"Wigwam"; "The Tenderfoot."; "The Girl with the Red Domino,"
Four young women, evidently from the chorus of a musical show, are the "dancing girls." Corita, herself, is also a dancer—that is one would anticipate as much considering the feature position she occupies in the act. Only dancing, the most ordinary and unpretentious, is shown by the five girls amid dazzling electrical effects. The act is far from complete in view of the liberal investiture of scenery and costumes. The dances are neither new nor attractive. Two songs or musical interpolations of some kind would fit in, and probably relieve the monotony of repetition.
Variety 10:8 (05/02/1908)