Mossetti, Carlotta (1890–?)

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Mossetti, Carlotta (1890–?)

English theatrical ballet dancer. Born Sept 23, 1890, in London, England.

Debuted at Alhambra Theatre, London, in Paquita (1908); worked frequently en travestie representing male characters in numerous ballets, including Fred Farren's Sylvia (1911), Edouard Espinosa's Europe (1914), Alfred Majilton's Pastorale (1915), and others at Empire Theatre, London; opened studio in London where she trained precision troupes for pantomime and variety shows; did choreography for Lilac Time (1922) and Angelo (1923).

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