- The comedy by Charlotte Chisholm Cushing opened on 7 January 1914 at the Comedy Theatre for a run of 278 performances. The New York Times review (8 January 1914) headlined it as "a Scotch Cinderella" with "some excruciatingly funny scenes." The title character, a Scottish orphan raised by religious zealots, is another of Cushing's spirited heroines like the title character in her comedy Jerry. The review quotes a great chunk of still-hilarious dialogue in which Kitty and her friend Mag plan revisions to the Bible.
The Historical Dictionary of the American Theater. James Fisher.