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Chanteuse Fougere, Nimble Naseoil.
.Ilan, Who Can Jutn0p 'Or r' Her Own Head, The Suodeeo0r of tlaruenoite. wad Otero, Whb Will ol low Her? Wrigglers, Kielkers, Jumpers, Will a Crawler Cone Next ?-Latest Variety Show Crase In Gotham. rWritten for THEx HIELEA IDEPENDENT,1 S THE FIRST DEPARTURE FROM orthodox stage dancing in New York was introduced by Carmenoita, so the latest in this line is Fougere, who is the craze of the hour. New York was aston ished by Carmeneita and Otero and was equally unprepared for this new perform ance so different from theirs. Mile. Fougere may have got her ideas for the form her activity has taken on the stage from traditions of the i3 eside. When some one remarks, " I here is a rat," femininity is supposed to gather up its akir:s and at one bound osring wildly up into the highest chair. Franininity ~oes;'t appear at its bast during this nationt, but Fougere gathers FOUGERR's CHARACTERISTIC PO=. up her skirts and jumps and half New York goes out of its way to see her do it. The worshippers of Carmenoita in art and high society have adopted her, jumps and all. Foagere is a much less exalted fad than the beautiful body dancer, but of the two women of Spain who charmed the hearts of New Yorkers last season she is more nearly the type of Carmereita. She at least re sembles her in possessing a surprising stock of joyous abandon, but Carmenoith with her sinuous movements and superb poses electrifed and charmed those who saw her. When Carmencita sank on one knee and let her supple body fall back, with her arms in graceful circles above her head it all looked so delightfully easy that no doubt some backs were broken in trying if doine it was as pleasant as it looked to be. Fougere's in fluence over her audience is due to the sparkle, wildness and vim of her perform ance. The calm audacity of Otero's pos tures and the harmonious and sensual charm of her dancing are the most extreme contrast of the effervescent and free activ ity of the French chantuse. One feature, however, of Foueere's appearance on the stage seems to indicate that in seeking a successor to Carmencitn who might surprise New York as did the Spanish sinorita re liance was not placed in action alone, but a-~ FOUiGEIrIo LOFTY JUMP. to this it was thought necessary to add some featu e whose eye-catching qualities had been tested elsewhere. Pal is thoroughly approved of the high head dress for the "chantenue excentrique," and Fongere wears a fan shaped arranllgement of a filmy material brightened with hand-painted flowers and tiny spangles that tower to a great height above her hread. There is the samle scene as of old at the ball whe Carmencita danced. Again it is crowded for a few m.inutes everyeening, but the little chdinteune of Marseilles is the attraction during these few minutes where three months ago it was the Pearl of Se ville. Now York never saw anything like the wonderful grace of Carmencite. and surely New York has never seen anything to equal the pse formances of Fougere. Im agine an Apache in a setting of petite Parisian femininity, andl von have at least one side of the little Mersellian. I went to see her perform with some feeling that it was a shame that so triflilng a sp-ito should be gathering laurels from the very same bush ae did the bean CARMNENCITA a W rFOfeT.. ;iful Cermencita. and gathering ihem with apparently almost equal saee. the came on the stase in a vision of Fellow and apgiugles. Her little skirt a rie adeta h .nbo-doa o ars ticall famouns bpantin t u tt ich ait Srinitaw hen e bean he W0 deo erm.ue a1et a smile down into th t te'e that wae radiant and sonl tirriin sFougeat' s5ile oarried with it the hilar ' to of iraltihleg Raiety. It *ta Ished at oncs a sfeelin of bon.comsdsr e. jt rendered dsbpnnaire the little selli swegelt lthat a ompanie sid her eaM. . s.oar, n..hadimoaclleae volc. plyra .p 'y smell part in her singing. The monotonous cladace of the music was stirred to an es chanting swing by a remarkable variety of gesturea with her arms end haude. "had emoiselle Is not a dancer," said her men ager, "she is a chanteuse." Perhaps, but her eyes danced and her ongersodanoed. She had not sung two minutes before the whole stage seemed to he in motion with the tra la-lasl-la of the music. It was as if tum mingbirds and butterflies were all around the little singer. It was the very cham pagne bubble of motion,,but in the midst of it, reaching the en.l or a couplet that had drawn forth a laugh, she, grasping the back of her skirt with both hands, turned with a reckless swing and strutted up and clown the stage. Conventionality having ben thirs kicked in the face, made moiselle discarded her head dress, as it alone remained to restrain her from a cor olete surrender to the fantastic spirit that ashed from her eyes. What form should her abandon take? It was that which usually is rendered most awkward. It be gan with the kangaroo walk, that atrocity of the third-class variety stage. Then back close to the footlights, eiect and with hands and feet immovable, she swings her hips from side to side, falling into the ca dence of the music. She awra,gers about the stage and with a sparkling glance out of the corners of her eyes seas, with a mock ing smile: "Oh, my des, I lof you." Ihe words are hardly not of her mouth when, grabbing her skirts, Fougere leaps into the air, and then, waving her arms, she rushes behind the flies with the strides of an awk ward school girl. She is called back, of course. She lias a huge key in her hand. "Ze key oof my heart," she says, and crouching down on her feet before the foot lights she talks a few more words of hroken English. She suddenly springs to ter feet and with two or three wild whoops the little figure is up in the air, fully four faet above the stage, with her feet drawn up under her small body, It is a wonder ful jump and she makes it three or four times in quick succession. Then snatches the bouquets from the floor, rushes from the stage for the last time. 'Thus outlandish, at least in their cata loguing, are the nightly performances of the tiny citizeness of Marseilles, who has succeeded Carmenoita as thle craze in New York. Her art is shown in the fact that in all this she is still charming. 'ito appear ances the chanteuse abandon herself to the drift of a wayward will to be carried into snv wildness her vivacious spirits may saug gest. There is the swirl and dash of the whirlwind about the performance. 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