Les Salvaggis (fl. 1900) was a company of dancers.
Reporting on their appearance in Seattle, an article in The Town Crier (Vol.9, no.39, Sep. 26, 1914: p.13), calls them a Parisian company of dancers who introduced "a number of terpsichorean effects recently put on in the French metropolis".
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Also described by D.C. Boonzaier (1923) as "whirlwind dancers from the Tivoli Theatre", they performed a solo act in the Bloemfontein Flood Benefit (a matinee benefit performance for the sufferers in the disastrous flood in Bloemfontein), put on in the Cape Town Opera House on 28 January, 1904, by a company brought together for the purpose by Grant Fallowes.
The Los Angeles Herald (Volume XXXVI, Number 129, 7 February 1909)
The Town Crier (Vol.9, no.39, Sep. 26, 1914: p.13)
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