Full stage. A big number that makes good as to drawing power and pleases well. Second time for the act here, and it was truly as worthy from all standpoints as their appearance a year ago.
All in one. Went very big; splendid for the ladies here. A clean cut, original, bright, fast running monologuist with a personality that universally pleases the audience in almost its entirety.
Full stage. Good standard laughing act that went good up to the finish; a little quiet at finish, owing to the singing not being strong enough to make a thoroughly good ending for the comedy.
All in one. Went very good and big at finish. Colored act with plenty of action that made very good for number two on bill. Comedy and singing ordinary; dancing very good.
Full stage. Good act, made good; went very good for opening act. Several meritorious tricks; neatly dressed and they work with much action.
This is a wire act and a very good one, composed of a man, woman and a young girl. It runs about 12 minutes full stage and is strong enough to close show.
Three men in an instrumental and vocal act. This is a very good act and always goes well in Cleveland. It is, no doubt, familiar to everybody on the circuit. 18 minutes in one.
In comedy sketch , “Fix in a Fix.” This is a good laughing act in spots. Nothing artistic about it, but would be classed as a good act. There are two male and two female characters in this sketch. The support being fairly good. 27 minutes full stage.
2 men, one in the character of a Jew and the other in that of a Dope Fiend; the act consists of talking, parody singing and is a very good act. 18 minutes in one.
Called Comedy Acrobat, two men and two women. The women, I believe were formally the Nelson Sisters. This act is only a fair one, the comedy part of it is bad. The little acrobatic stuff they had is all right in its way, but I would not care to play the act again. 12 minutes, full stage.