By Loui Fuller
A superb creation to Loie Fuller by means of the goddess of sunshine herself. whereas she does bend the reality the following and there the tale she has to proportion is astounding. by the point she used to be in her sixties Fuller used to be a world star renown not just for her surprising mild centric dances, illusionary innovations, and lighting fixtures designs yet for her public relationships with French heads of country and the Queen of Romania.
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He travelled with his wife, a pretty American woman, who had become a close friend of mine, and who reproached him most bitterly on my account. Our manager left Berlin with his company, leaving me with only just enough money to pay my bills at the hotel when I had completed the contract that held me to the music hall in Berlin. I then had absolutely no engagement in sight. I learned that he was getting ten thousand marks ^about $2,500 a month for me. And yet he had given me only about $300 a month.
He objected then that lithographs, newspaper advertisements and other things had been pre- pared for her, and that, if she stopped dancing, the pubHc might protest. " Very well. ** The next day he paid my imitator and she left the theatre. 56 THE REAL DEBUT That same evening I took her place and I was obliged to repeat her dance four or five times. Then we set ourselves at rehearsals for my occur a week later. work seriously After I had danced twice under name to the I upon debut, which was announced to my imitator's the manager of the Folies-Bergere took office of knew the Figaro.
Was manager's order the curtain again, and the plaudits the raised again and continued to deafen us. inevitable it ; was keep on dancing. encores, had I had impossible, The to 5deld to the and ta with the useless, four dances, lasted forty-five minutes and, despite the stimulus of great success, I had reached the limit of my strength. I looked at the manager and asked : How about the last one ? " We don't need it. Those " '' you have just danced have been enough to stir the audience up. Don't you hear the cheering ?
15 Years of a Dancer's Life by Loui Fuller