By John Green, Caroline Denzler
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Up. During Denishawn's cross-country tours, Martha spent a great deal of time with Louis Horst, the company's music director, "this huge, greatspirited musician bear of a and composer," man who like as she called him. A broad-shouldered Miss Ruth had prematurely white GOING TO hair, Louis was THE TOP 35 ten years older than Martha. He was separated from his wife, Betty, a for- mer Denishawn dancer who had moved a to wide knowledge of literature and philosophy, and dancers, whom He had a dry wit, warm appreciation of San Francisco.
Like Martha, they and own their studios. their rivals, but for the menting They had their own students hawk-eyed through the dance concerts of sat most part they did not mingle. " At her Greenwich Village studio Martha held daytime students and evening-long rehearsals for her chosen dancers called the Group, which all devoted under her in Graham spell. disciples that I "I cried. I wanted to study Many members sion. who had I can remember wanted company of performing twelve women. They were seen Martha perform and had fallen is how beautiful the concerts were," to dance like Martha.
After two seasons with the Follies Martha of dance. She was thirty years old. top," she told a friend. left to Time was rushing "Nothing is discover her past. "I'm going to stop me. " GOING TO THE TOP 39 Martha Graham (center) with Evelyn Sabin (left) two members of her and Betty MacDonald first dance group, (right). CHAPTER FOUR EVOLT To SUPPORT a Martha HERSELF, new dance department at the turned to teaching. She became codirector of Eastman School of Music York. She would have a studio to work nities to choreograph At Denishawn, we just Every week she Rochester, — "a word made up I New New reached I York.