Contemporary dancer and choreographer. Her three-decade-long profession gained her acclaim in america and European countries (though she was ultimately banned in the U.S. on her behalf Communist sympathies). She started her executing arts profession as an associate of Augustin Daly’s NEW YORK theater firm. She passed away at age fifty when the shawl she was putting on became tangled in the steering wheel of a car where she was vacationing. Her two kids, Dierdre and Patrick, drowned within a 1913 incident at the youthful age range of six and three. She afterwards wedded the much-younger poet Sergei Yesenin. She and Margot Fonteyn had been both well-known dancers.