George H Wood

lengthy and tiresome routine of dreary talk about the rich and educated."half the time his act suggests an East Side agitator lecturing to a group of anarchists
Roasts his audience if they do not laugh or applaud. Reveiwer thinks he shoud not blame the audience for this.
"On the bill probably because they need an act in one and were stuck for it" Wood claims to have alot of new material but "little of it is novel" "The worst lot of rot that has ever been inflicted upon a New York audience.
Variety, 1:1 (6/1/1906)