Billed as the “late prima donna” of “The White Cat” company. With a Grecian mold of countenace, she presents a superb figure on the stage.
Sings three songs in a soprano voice which is shrill in the high notes. One song is classical, one humourous and one old.
The audience wanted her to sing another song.
Does not differ from hundreds of singers trying to enter vaudville.
Variety, 4:2 (12/5/1906)