She makes four changes, including three exceedingly pretty frocks and a comedy character costume.
Several old English character songs are given as well as the "Mary Anne Brown" number from which the singer takes her stage name, and two American publications. "Miss Brown" docs well In the comic numbers, having a crood method in the handling of this sort of work.
"Mary Anne Brown" is something of a mystery. Like the girl in the Rong, "nobody knows her number ; nobody knows her name," but to paraphrase the next line, "she gets there all the same. The impersonations in several instances were scarcely recognizable except by the songs used. Her forte is the descriptive singing of character songs and in this department she should be a success.
Variety 6:5 (06/29/1907)