By Judy L. Hasday
История из серии (Женщины в искусстве) Агнес де Милль , очарованная талантом Анны Павловой,решила стать балериной.Awestruck through a functionality of the good Anna Pavlova, Agnes de Mille resolved to turn into a dancer. different participants of her relations have been proven within the theater -- her father a revered playwright, her uncle a legend in movie. however the de Mille identify, even though amazing, was once lifeless on this planet of dance. while she ultimately did commence classes in ballet, she came upon she used to be older than the others and lacked a ballerinas determine. yet she continued, crossing the globe for fourteen years to achieve her dream. whilst her step forward got here finally, it used to be via choreography. She mixed classical ballet with American people tradition within the ground-breaking Rodeo. With the good fortune of Rodeo, de Mille grew to become the queen of Broadway, choreographing such hits as Oklahoma!, Carousel, Brigadoon, and gents favor Blondes. She is commemorated for her paintings as a innovative choreographer and a performers suggest. i would like one be aware on my tombstone, she as soon as acknowledged -- dancer.
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The de Mille and George women weren’t quitters, though; they were strong, self-sufficient, and gifted in their own ways. Having come this far and this close to working toward her passion to become a dancer, Agnes was not about to give in—to her parents, her teachers, or her classmates. She certainly wasn’t going to give up on herself. 51 The Long Search for Success 1919 –1927 Who am I? the artist asks. And he devotes his whole life to finding out. — Agnes de Mille Though she wasn’t the most talented student, or the most physically suited to dancing ballet, Agnes had enough passion to fuel her drive to excel despite the obstacles in her way.
He fit the image exactly: He wore puttees, or leather leggings secured by a strap or catch or by laces, and a beret, and he liked to have on hand the tools of his profession — a megaphone, a viewfinder (for use in choosing a camera lens), and a light meter. He was also a great storyteller and translated that talent to his films. De Mille, born on August 12, 1881, was one of the most successful directors of Hollywood’s early years because — unlike many others — he was able to make the transition from the silent-film era to the era of “talkies,” or films with sound.
Agnes marveled at the grace, sophistication, and style of the women, and the dapper, smartly dressed men who called on her father and mother. 37 38 AGNES DE MILLE In 1914, when her father’s brother, Cecil, shifted away from his fluctuating writing and acting career, nine-year-old Agnes could not have foreseen the routine of her life coming to an end—the end of summers at Merriewold and winters in New York City with guests coming and going in a rhythmic flow to and from her house. Though the motion picture industry was in its infancy—films were only seven or eight minutes long— Cecil and two friends, Jesse Lasky and Samuel Goldfish (later changed to Goldwyn), pooled their talents to attempt to produce the first full-length feature film.
Agnes de Mille (Women in the Arts Series)серия :Women in the Arts by Judy L. Hasday