Mr. Whitehead, for his single specialty, has revised fragments of comedy familiarized in the former act with the girls, with the exception of a few jokes invented to introduce his eccentric dancing, which alone can pass the most captious critic. His imitation of George M. Cohan, overdone in vaudeville since the craze became prevalent, is remarkably clever and correct.
Whitehead is a real comedian and should by all means follow that vocation. It is destined to lead him to a Broadway production sooner or later if he continues as he has begun.
Variety 8:1 (08/03/1907)