The Great D’Alessio

Tumbling and contortion routine.
This act in opening the show probably broke a few applause records for that position.
An act billed as the Great D'Alessio shows special merit, inasmuch as it is novel and away from most acts of its kind. In the act there are two brother, apparently twins, with a resemblance that outside of being remarkable is perhaps the most striking of any act in vaudeville. The two men are tumblers and contortionists of no mean ability.
Variety, 40:5 (10/01/1915)