The Sunny South

It is a pretty scenic production with a good negro atmosphere.
The four men make up a quartet of not a little individual merit. An excellent bass gives weight and foundation to the singing, and the tenor has a voice of excellent quality, being unusually high without at any time falling in the “freak” class.
good plantation singing and whirlwind dancing finish
The principals are inclined to make their work a trifle too polite, but this is lost sight of in the presence of the comedy of the four supporting men.
Variety 3:1 (03/02/1907)