Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr., popularly known as "Flo" Ziegfeld, was an American Broadway impresario, notable for his series of theatrical revues, the Ziegfeld Follies, inspired by the Folies Bergère of Paris. He also produced the musical Show Boat. He was known as the "glorifier of the American girl". Flo Ziegfeld is a member of the American Theater Hall of Fame... (wikipedia)
To illustrate what I mean, an apt dancer may be in thorough unison with the others in that particular group, and at the same time reveal a difference in dancing temperament, rhythm or technique; she may phrase, accentuate or actually interpret differently.
Yes, there is plenty of hard work for them in addition to that which they do when they appear, smiling and happy, when the curtain goes up. Giving a performance is the least of their worries.
But it is only through constant, faithful endeavor by the girl herself that the goal eventually is reached.
How little the public realizes what a girl must go through before she finally appears before the spotlight that is thrown upon the stage.
Curtain! Fast music! Light! Ready for the last finale! Great! The show looks good, the show looks good!
Beauty, of course, is the most important requirement and the paramount asset of the applicant.
And, I may add, from what totally unexpected sources come many of those who from the comparatively modest beginning in the chorus rise to the heights of really great achievement in the theatrical profession.
They all hope I will go broke and I wouldn't like to cause them displeasure.
Let us hope that for many it does mean the end of trouble so far as earning a livelihood is concerned, that it means happy and comfortable home living honestly earned. But there are other troubles ahead for her, and plenty of hard work.
I don't have a very quick sense of humor.