The woman is wearing a new set of costumes, dislaying good taste in color and style in both changes.
The man is a decidedly good negro comedian. He did well with Ernest Hogan's "Shame on You" with a quantity of incidental talk much on the style of the original.
The talk is poor, but there is little of it and the dancing and singing are excellently worked out.
Variety 2:4 (02/23/1907)