"As a figurante, or dancer in the ballet, at a great theatre," replied the old woman.
On the following day Miss Monroe called upon the manager of the great national theatre where a figurante was required.
While she had been following the occupation of a figurante, he was devoting his time to dramatic composition.
The angel appearing to Jeanne dArc seems to have been modelled from a figurante at the opera.
She was a bookbinder's accountant all the day, and in the evening she was a figurante at one of the theatres.
The angel appearing to Jeanne d'Arc seems to have been modelled from a figurante at the opera.
His doubts were, however, cleared up:—Ellen Monroe was a figurante and an actress!
Mademoiselle Deschamps, who was only a figurante, contrived to get on with a salary of only sixteen pounds.
Lady Castlemaine, who went by the name of "the lady," was cut by the king in favour of the fruit girl and the figurante.