King Louis the 14th- famous King of France and real Queen on the stage. (It’s true, at this point, women rarely took the stage so it fell to the guys to portray the ladies as well)- also known as
The Sun King, Le Roi Soleil
Do you know how he came about this famous epitaph? I’ll tell you!
The title comes from the Ballet de la Nuit in which he danced the role of the sun. The year was 1653, and a fifteen year old Louie appeared with the symbol of the sun on his chest and rays on his head, neck, shoulders, wrists, knees, and shoes. In the ballet, the sun conquers night. Funny how ol’ king
cole Louis identified so much with his dancing self that it became the symbol of his empire.
The only logical conclusion is that dancing is the light, defeating all darkness.
Bodies Never Lie- one year ago, hiding in an invisibility tutu
Enjoy the start of the weekend my dear fellow sunny people! xo-jess