Girls are dressed up to represent crickets. Florence Saunders is the leader. There is a Geisha number and drill in white uniforms. The lighting effect are poor. The names of famous Americans are spelled out during the marches and a likeness is thrown up on the screen.
During the changes, two solos are sung. One by Miss Saunders who has a fair soprano voice and the other by the man.
The act took encores without the approval of the audience. Escaped a veritable frost by a narrow margin.
Variety, 2:3 (17/3/1906)