Rediscovering Aïcha, Lucy and D'al-Al, Colored French Stage Artists

Fabre, Michel
November 2007
S&F Online;Fall2007/Spring2008, Vol. 6 Issue 1/2, p11
Academic Journal
This article looks at the careers of French stage artists Aïcha Goblet, Julie Luce and Simone Luce, or D'al-Al. Aïcha danced nearly naked with a troupe at the Olympia music hall in the 1920s. Julie Luce went to Paris at age 12. For several years she sat as a model for artists. She then went on to perform on stage and begin a career best traced through the photographs autographed to her by various music hall associates. Simone probably began her music hall career by performing in March 1925 at the Palace with Maurice Chevalier.


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