The RMS Atlantic, during the course of its passage from London to New York, has a fine old tradition of holding a Ship's Concert benefitting the Seaman's Benevolent Fund, where the passengers give an impromptu recital for the amusement of one and all. On this particular voyage, Monty Bodkin, Gertrude Butterwick, Ambrose Tennyson, Reginald Tennyson, and Ivor Llewelyn were to perform, in some order, and the entertainments they had chosen were as follows: one sang Pale Hands I Love Beside the Shalimar, another rendered Sonny Boy, one recited Gunga Din, one performed Magic Tricks, and of course, one sang the Yeoman's Wedding Song.
Preparation for the concert varied. One practiced in the shower, another in front of the mirror, and one didn't practice at all! One of the entertainers used the Think System of mental preparation, and one rehearsed in front of the Steward.
The audience at the concert proved true to the concept that "everybody's a critic". One performer got a standing ovation, one got polite applause, but sadly, one got stony silence, another hoots of laughter, and finally, one was pelted with lemon tarts! So much for dinner theater!
From the clues given, can you determine who performed what piece in what order, how they prepared, and what response they got?