This act has never been played by the Sully Family in New York. The boys and girls are growing up. They are almost men and women.
The farcical sketch is one of a case of mistaken identity. The members of the cast rush in and out of doors. The act is interspersed with singing and dancing specialties. The scene represents the formation of a railroad station. People ask the boy all sorts of silly questions.
All are capable performers. The act is a scream from start to finish. There was a "riot" when the youngest of the Sully tribe, aged about six—maybe even younger— came out alone to take an encore and did a dance. It is the surest of sure-fires. Anybody who wouldn't applaud that kid is all wrong.
Variety 25:1 (12/09/1911)