Salutations! It is I, Isadora Duncan, the Mother of modern dance. I have captivated audiences for years in the United States as a young adult and showcased throughout Europe once I was more seasoned. My ingenious, free-flowing, and innovated style of Modern Dance was ground breaking and the first of it's kind. I aspired to establish schools that teach new forms of movement in dance, and inspire young people to be original and eccentric. I have achieved that by establishing beautiful and successful schools in France, Russia, and Germany. Rather than uptight, restricting, and to be frank- ugly, classic ballet movements my schools embrace the natural movement of the body and loving yourself, others, and most importantly the art that is dance! Speaking of love: my love life is quite zesty and often spoken about in the press, but what’s life with out a little controversy? Well, I’m off to inspire the youth of today, Ta-ta!


This is a poster for a performance the Isadorables and I had at  Carnegie Hall in 1918. Ah, I can remember that performance like it was yesterday, performing was always so enchanting.

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This is a photograph of Barbra Kane. She was one of my beautiful students who grew up to form the Isadora Duncan Dance Group and keep my legacy alive. This is a perfect example to why I devoted my life to teaching.

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This is the cover of a movie created in 1968 inspired by my fabulous life. I haven't seen the film, but I lived it so it has to be good.

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This is another article from The New York Times which stated that I was no longer permitted to perform in Boston after going topless on stage there and making a statement about my bisexuality. It didn't bother me though, why would I want to perform in such a restricted city anyway! As I always say sans limites!