Bright lights during the act. A variety of costumes including a white baby dress and a skirt from the 1830s. Dances, both partnered and solo.
Singing solos and duets.
Harry Pilcer and Teddie Gerard as a vaudeville team are certain of success in England. This unqualified statement is hazarded despite their premiere was far from being a satisfactory performance. It is not Harry's dancing and certainly it is not Miss Gerard's stepping that will contribute, principally to the predicted success of the turn. As a matter of fact Miss Gerard is the veriest amateur as a terpsichoreanist.
Variety, 37:8 (01/23/1915)