Oscar Loraine

More care should be taken with the make-up in the impersonations. The wigs are all poorly made.
The talk at the opening, delivered in a hesitating manner, was most trying. The song should also be dropped.
The violin playing was liked immensely and if Mr. Loraine will cling to this only, he will probably be in demand.
The young man is a violinist of exceptional ability and should frame up his act around the instrument entirely.
Variety 8:2 (08/10/1907)