Sarah Padden, scheduled for seventh, appeared third in Ann Irish’s work. “The Cheap Woman.” When the turn opened some weeks ago it carried a special set which seems to have been shelved. “The Cheap Woman” shows Miss Padden in a new sort of role in vaudeville. It is a far cry from the indelible characterization she created in “The Clod.” The new turn no doubt appeals more to the feminine, but in it there is not the power of the old playlet nor the opportunity for Miss Padden. Her present support is Betty Brooks and Henry English.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 10 December 1920