Miss Doreen rather overreached herself this week in “plugging” her final number wit the aid of a man in one of the stage boxes, repeating the chorus no less than six times, to each of which the man added another.
This was partly the fault of the upper part of the house, which instantly demanded more until the audience on the lower floor became wearied to the point of wandering attention. Miss Doreen won a more cordial reception and after her second song, an unfamiliar “coon” number, had established herself firmly in the good graces of her audience.
She has an easy and graceful stage presence and a decidedly agreeable voice.
Variety 4:1 (04/06/1907)