Next to closing the first part, the George V. Moore “Fidgety-Fudge Reveuette” got over. The act seems to have been speeded up since it played further downtown. One of the features is Alice Hayward, who handles the prima donna work. She is somewhat heavier than when at the Strand Roof some years ago, but she is a beauty nevertheless, and for her voice, the girl is there. If Joe Weber, ever needs some one for “Honeydew” here is the girl for him. It is surprising that she has not landed in a real production, for she does not handle lines well, in addition to singing.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 24 December 1920