McNish and Penfold

They open with a series of entertaining songs and dances, helped out to a considerable degree by the acrobatic work of the comedian. The latter occupies the stage alone while the other makes a neat change, using some old-time minstrel dances to fill in.
Both have good voices, that of theblackface member being particularly adapted to the singing of "coon" songs. Some of the clowning was a bit drawn out, but the comedy is well handled, and the house found entertainment in the number.
Variety 8:1 (08/03/1907)