One auditor remarked this week that the present day dressing of the girl’s hair did not correspond with the colonial period the piece is set in.
The concerted playing on the brasses at the close is very noisy, although musical, and the act pleased as of yore.
Ye Colonial Septet, the former Lasky-Rolfe production, and now presented under the direction of the B. A. Rolfe Co., returns looking spick and span, especially as to the costumes.
Variety 6:5 (06/29/1907)