"The show is different from the usual run of burlesque shows, in that the olio has been abandoned. However, the specialties are introduced during the action of the play and the new scheme seemed to take well."
The performance is "a burlesque show out of the ordinary and one teeming with witty sayings good jokes, clever comedians and pretty girls. Every member in the company, which is exceptionally large, is thoroughly capable of the part they play and the company is one which deserves unqualified support."
New York Public Library, Billy Rose Theatre Collection, Robinson Lock