“Wild Oats”

Defense of a prostitute in the plot.
Dialogue, some humor.
"Wild Oats."
While the subject matter of "Wild Oats" is not overly pleasant, it strikes the bulls-eye of truth and is likely the first play or playlet to defend the prostitute. Contrary to popular expectation, the dialogue is clean and often scintillates with humor. It also contains satire. Beyond these points it has the so-called punch. The acting is good. "Wild Oats" looks like a big time novelty in the sketch line if the formers don't grow too excited over it.
Variety, 37:12 (02/20/1915)