He has a wardrobe noted for its loudness of colors, but Mr. Karrera shows a pair of large ankles for a woman and neglects to pull his stockings up before coming on the stage. Neither does he change his hosiery or shoes when regowning himself.
He sings “Algy,” “by permission of Vesta Tilley” (which reads well on the the program), and in a gray satin suit as himself is a good-looking young fellow.
He does not seem to be a hardened impersonator yet and is minus the many effeminate touches that most of these particular entertainers have.
Variety 5:1 (05/04/1907)