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!


Differences in our Work


  1. Even though we show boldness in our work, we are still quite different. You were more open with your boldness. You were, as you have said before, a wild one! I wouldn't have went topless on stage if I was a dancer. My boldness went mostly into my sculture pieces to prove my point about the power of, for example, African Americans.

  2. ALthough we are similar, we are also different. First, you dance, I sculpt. Second, you move on a stage, I stay in a studio. We are so similar yet so different at the same time.

  3. Although we both have an appreciation in the arts, I prefer drawing my cartoons in my studio in the Punch magazine company rather than perform on stage dancing. I couldn’t be able to dance as well as you could, let alone be in front of thousands on the spot.