Virgina Earl

Six good looking young men, all lively who work with spirit. The setting is the private apartment of a leading lady. The men should be allowed to wander around speaking to each other naturally rather than remain seated. “Harry L. Tighe is lost entirely too much to the feminine continget present through application at the piano. Mr Tighe is the personification of an ideal West Pointer in a cadet’s uniform and the girls in the house sigh for him continually.”
The orchestra leader failed to take up the cue for the finale.
Demanded an encore.
"It is a novelty compared to 'girl acts' for boys are in the background, which marks a new departure."
Variety, 1:4 (27/1/1906)