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By Loui Fuller
A superb advent 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 used to be in her sixties Fuller was once a world star renown not just for her amazing mild 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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49 FIFTEEN YEARS OF A DANCER'S WFE an unknown man at that time, who has since become a theatrical manager, Mr. Marten Stein, came to see me, and I tried to continue at the music hall where I was dancing. I was obUged to make concessions to keep going a week or two more, to get money enough to go away and to look for a new engagement. I kept thinking more than ever of Paris. If I could only go there In these circumstances Mr, Marten Stein secured for me a dozen performances in one of the beer gardens at Altona, the well-known pleasure resort near Hamburg.
When I reopened them I saw there on robber, was she only i> 53 FIFTEEN YEARS OF A DANCER'S UFE the stage one of my contemporaries who, some time before, in the United States, having borrowed money from me had neglected to repay it. She on borrowing, that was all. But this time I had made up my mind to force her to give back what she had taken from me. Presently I ceased to want to do anything of had kept right the sort. Instead of further upsetting me the The longer she danced the calmer I became.
No. The one at the Casino has broken her engagement. But for my part I had already engaged your imitator. As you see, she is meeting with no great success, and I fancy that you will Nevertheless, if you hardly achieve it either. " " Thank you. You would 55 like me to give you FIFTEEN YEARS OF A DANCER'S a rehearsal so that a thief '' of my dances may steal IvIFE some more ! But my agent urged me so strongly to show the manager what my dances were like, especially as compared with those of my imitator, that I decided to do so.