Tue 5 Dec 1939, 8.30pm, Duchess Theatre, London

La Muse s'Amuse

Choreographer: Andrée Howard
Composer: Deodat de Sévérac
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

The Hostess Elisabeth Schooling
Her Maid Olivia Sarel
Her Guest Prudence Hyman
Her Guest Ann Gee
Her Guest Joline Wade
A Twin Joan McClelland
A Twin Rosemary Young
The Virtuoso Frank Staff
His Muse Sally Gilmour
Piano Angus Morrison
Piano Guy Jonson

Death and the Maiden

Choreographer: Andrée Howard
Composer: Franz Schubert
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

Dancer Sally Gilmour
Dancer Walter Gore
Dancer Olivia Sarel
Dancer Joan McClelland
Dancer Rosemary Young
Dancer Ann Gee
Piano Angus Morrison
Piano Guy Jonson

Czernyana

Choreographer: Frank Staff
Composer: Karl Czerny
Premiere type: World premiere
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

Fuguette Ensemble
Sucré Olivia Sarel
Sucré Joline Wade
Sucré Joan McClelland
Sucré Travis Kemp
M'as-tu vue Sally Gilmour
Ebats Olivia Sarel
Ebats Joline Wade
Ebats Joan McClelland
Ebats Rosemary Young
Ebats Joy Camden
Improvisation Frank Staff
Pastorale Elisabeth Schooling
Pastorale Travis Kemp
Variation Partagée Walter Gore
Variation Partagée Frank Staff
Presque Classique Elisabeth Schooling
Etude Symphonique Ensemble
Belle Somnolente Elisabeth Schooling
Belle Somnolente Sally Gilmour
Galop Ensemble
Piano Angus Morrison
Piano Guy Jonson
Performance note: The programme gives Young or Camden in Ebats without specifying who danced at this performance. Both are listed here.

Les Masques (ou, Changement de Dames)

Choreographer: Frederick Ashton
Composer: Francis Poulenc
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

A Personage Frank Staff
His Lady Friend Prudence Hyman
His Wife Elisabeth Schooling
Her Lover Walter Gore
One of Two Girls in Black Sally Gilmour
One of Two Girls in Black Olivia Sarel
One of Three Ladies with Fans Joan McClelland
One of Three Ladies with Fans Rosemary Young
One of Three Ladies with Fans Ann Gee
Piano Angus Morrison
Piano Guy Jonson

Bar aux Folies-Bergère

Choreographer: Ninette de Valois
Composer: Emanuel Chabrier
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

La Goulue, étoile du Can-Can Prudence Hyman
La Fille au Bar Elisabeth Schooling
Can-Can
Grille d'Égout Sally Gilmour
Hirondelle Joan McClelland
Nini Patte en l'air Olivia Sarel
La Môme Fromage Rosemary Young
Valentin, garçon Walter Gore
Habitués du Bar
Adolphe John Andrewes
Gustave Travis Kemp
Le Vieux Marcheur Frank Staff
Servant Joline Wade
Piano Angus Morrison
Piano Guy Jonson
Source: Programme for 5 December 1939 (evening) in the Rambert Archive
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