Mayme Gebrue and Company’s “June”

Miss Gehrue is by far the best and greatest part of the performance, including the piece itself. She has never looked prettier than she does now in a cowgirl dress, and the song “San Antonio” followed by a short but spirited dance were the only reminders of her previous specialties.
Most of their time on the stage was spent singing and dancing. “June” tells a story, and “romance” is a happy term for it.
The audience manifested a fair quantity of approval.
“June” is still young and is “produced under the personal direction of the author.” Perhaps someone else's direction might be given a chance without any loss accruing.
Variety 4:3 (04/20/1907)