Dan Burke

The former trio of Moellier, Burke and Teller, has been enlarged with three young women. A more elaborate setting is used. After the opening in a school library, the dresses are discarded leaving the girls in petticoats and corset covers. They theh remove their shoes and stockings and do a short barefoot dance and then leave the stage. When they change and come back, they lay on their backs and do a pedal dance in the air, one part of which approaches suggestive.
After the girls leave, Burke does his old act of recalling memories of famous actors long since passed away. The chorus is vocally strong.
Received more curtain calls then generally accorded acts of this character.
Will please anywhere.
Variety, 4:2 (12/5/1906)