Monday, Jun. 28, 2010

Shirley MacLaine

May 14, 1984

Cover Story Excerpt:
It gets applause, even gasps, night after night. It is a simple chorus-girl kick, the torso tilting back for balance, the long, long left leg surging straight up above the head. But it is also an emblem — of a career that has gone everywhere, yet still draws its inspiration and discipline from dance, of a body that at mid-century is still supple and streamlined and surefooted. It is a kick of jubilation, of pride, perhaps of defiance. And of beauty... Read the full story.