Wednesday Musical ๐ŸŽถ๐ŸŽถ๐ŸŽถ๐ŸŽต Spotlight: Emma Carus

Illuminating Magic Within The BIG APPLE! A Look At Early Nineteenth Century, Broadway Star. . .EMMA CARUS!

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Broadway and theater have an enchanting way for conveying lifeโ€™s troubles, donโ€™t they? Lifeโ€™s joys and lifeโ€™s sorrows. There are certain measures, which come into play when performing a character, onstage. Centerstage. Lights. Camera. Action. Take note, everyone! The truth of the stage, is that you canโ€™t lie in it. You canโ€™t lie when the people see you. You are forced to reveal a certain character and how they are reflections of your own right. Theater, Broadway, and reality are inrertwined. They are not as separated, as we may think. In fact, they have a way of moving within a unique tracing. Fiction is not as separate from reality, as we may think. What is very magical about the aim of Broadway is that it is a full scale presentation of humanityโ€™s participation, within Universal aesthetics and tales. It truly is. And, it will always stay that way.

Isnโ€™t it wondrous for us to be awarded such an opportunity? What a treasure it is to have these myriad performances of art, and her spaces, depicted right before our eyes! How miraculous, indeed! When gifted with such tools, we are presented with a level of serenity and fulfillment. It nourishes our hearts and Souls, in being able to witness that Universal performance, on Earth! Before the roaring 20โ€™s, and then some, we are witnessing a unique memory of what humanity had known, before we became, โ€œeducated.โ€ Nevertheless, itโ€™s a clear manifestation and performance, in what we are coming to learn.

We have those vaudeville and Broadway starlets, who understood the way, in how we were meant to be. They performed imagination and fiction โ€˜ s tales. Singing. Acting. Dancing. They had worked it all. Evenmore is how they ensured to keep it as elegant and as tender, as possible. It was their way of bringing fulfillment to their audiences, and getting them to comprehend the art of entertainment. Furthermore, it brought a measure of calm during the times of The Great Depression, and others. For one particular dame, we moved to yearn more about the Ziefield Follies, and the vaudeville world of the late 1800โ€™s and the early 1900โ€™s.ย  Such dames highlighted just how vibrant it was in understanding that New York City was more than a money making tool. In fact, it was a foundation for art, itself.

She was a contralto singer, from New York City. She made a number of appearances on the roof of The New York Theater. In fact, a great portion of her work took place there. Such included performances in The Follies Of 1907. There was also a performances of her spacing in Chicago, which also connected its way back to New York City. Her name is an auspicious one. And, she is none other than. . .

Emma Carus; Edits By Lauren Kaye Clark8; Edits By Lauren Kaye Clark

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