By Loui Fuller
An excellent advent to Loie Fuller by means of the goddess of sunshine herself. whereas she does bend the reality right here and there the tale she has to proportion is astounding. by the point she used to be in her sixties Fuller was once a global big name renown not just for her amazing gentle centric dances, illusionary innovations, and lights designs yet for her public relationships with French heads of country and the Queen of Romania.
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We asked the electrician of the theatre to put green lamps along the footlights and the orchestra leadef to play a subdued The air. what costume I was unable to buy a new one. 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.
Among the spectators was one of my oldest friends, Marshall P. Wilder, the little American ; humourist. He recognised me and called my name way that everybody could hear it, for they in such a had neglected to put it on the programme the audience discovered that the old favourite comedian, the its former day, suppose, I it ! When new dancer was little soubrette of a gave her an ovation such never another human being as, has received. They called out, " Three cheers for the butter- Three cheers for the orchid, the cloud, the Three cheers '' And the enthusiasm passed all bounds.
After that I arose and waited in keenest anxiety to hear what he would say. He said nothing. Visions of success were crowd- ing upon each other in his brain. " *' There is the name that will go with it," he said, and I have just the music that you need Finally he broke his silence the name of '' '' for that dance. Come am it for going to play to my private office. " A new company was rehearsing ** Uncle Celestin'' at the theatre. This company was to go on the road for several weeks before playing in New York.
15 Years of a Dancer's Life by Loui Fuller