By Loui Fuller
An excellent creation to Loie Fuller by way of the goddess of sunshine herself. whereas she does bend the reality the following and there the tale she has to percentage is astounding. by the point she was once in her sixties Fuller used to be a world star renown not just for her brilliant mild centric dances, illusionary innovations, and lights designs yet for her public relationships with French heads of kingdom and the Queen of Romania.
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Great question next was to decide was to wear. I had spent all the money advanced me for my costumes and, not knowing what else to do, I I 25 FIFTEEN YEARS OF A DANCER'S LIFE undertook to run over my wardrobe in the hope of finding something that In vain. would be fit to wear. I could not find a thing. All at once, however, I noticed at the of one of my bottom trunks a small casket, a very small which I opened. Out of it I drew a light comparable to a spider's web. It was a skirt, very full and very broad at the bottom.
Here was the cataclysm, my utter annihilation. Nevertheless I went into the theatre. the object of They told my visit. me I stated I asked to see the manager. that I could be received only at the and they assigned close of the performance, us, my mother, Mr, Stein and myself, seats in one comer of the balcony, whence we were able to follow the performance. The performance ! I could not help poking a little fun at that per- formance. It would be hard to describe what I saw that evening. dancer,'' my rival, I awaited the my robber — ^for " serpentine she was a not, she who was stealing not dances but all my beautiful dreams ?
From that day on I had adventure after adventure. Not until long afterward the benefit of my fifth dance. was I able to get Some years later I initiated at Pans-J±Le,dance of the fire and the and that once again at the FoHes-Bergere.