Mias Tanguay's act remained as when first shown. However much one may disapprove of some of her methods of self-adulation, she disarms criticism by writing her own notice, as it were, in the song "Success." "What the critics say I don't care a bit, because I am one great big hit," so runs the ditty, or words to that effect.
This statement may be open to objection on the ground of bad taste, but it covers the situation accurately and succinctly, and there seems to be no good reason why Miss Tanguay "should care." Particularly when her Monday night reception called for two curtain speeches.
Variety 8:2 (08/10/1907)