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The dance floor was then turned over the couples in the audience, who did their best to imitate the Castles’ footwork. In addition to cabaret, the Castles also became staples of Broadway. Among their shows were The Sunshine Girl (1913) and Watch Your Step (1914), which boasted a score written by Irving Berlin with them in mind. Emerging as America’s premier dance team, the Castles were trendsetters in a number of arenas. Their infectious enthusiasm for dance encouraged admirers to try new forms of social dance.
Film director Luchino Visconti was so thrilled by her work that he put aside his cinematic career temporarily in 1955 to stage a production of La Traviata, her performance in which is often cited as the height of her career. In 1954 Callas at long last made her singing debut in the United States, starring in Vincenzo Bellini’s Norma at the Lyric Opera in Chicago. She then joined the Metropolitan for two seasons (1956 and 1958), an event that landed her face on the cover of Time magazine. Her fame in the United States and abroad was furthered by a series of enormously successful recordings she made for EMI’s Angel Records during this period.
While publicizing Claudine, Carroll met Robert DeLeon, the 26-year-old managing editor of Jet magazine. They were married for two years, until DeLeon’s death in an auto accident in 1977. Carroll soon returned to work, acting onstage in Same Time, Next Year (1978) and Agnes of God (1983). She also appeared frequently on television, most notably joining the cast of the popular primetime soap opera Dynasty in 1984 as the impeccably dressed and perfectly coiffed Dominique Deveraux. The same year, she started dating singer Vic Damone.
A to Z of American Women in the Performing Arts (Facts On File Library of American History: A to Z of Women) by Liz Sonneborn