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Wed 6 Apr 1938, 8.45pm, Mercury Theatre, London

La Péri

Choreographer: Frank Staff
Composer: Paul Dukas
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

The Péri Deborah Dering
Her Companion Celia Franks
Her Companion Olivia Sarel
Her Companion Angela Dukes
Her Companion Felicity Watt
Her Companion Helen Ashley
Her Companion Margaret Argent
Iskender Frank Staff
His Wife Peggy van Praagh
His Wife Susette Morfield
His Wife Sally Gilmour
Piano Charles Lynch

Pas de Deux from Casse-Noisette

Choreographer: Lev Ivanov
Composer: Piotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

Dancer Prudence Hyman
Dancer Anthony Kelly
Piano Charles Lynch
Performance note: Performed as part of 'Divertissement'

Étrange

Choreographer: Andrée Howard
Composer: Francis Poulenc
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

Dancer Peggy van Praagh
Piano Charles Lynch
Performance note: Performed as part of 'Divertissement'

Mlle Fifi

Choreographer: Andrée Howard
Composer: Dmitri Shostakovich
Music note: Danced to recorded music

Performers

Dancer Elisabeth Schooling
Performance note: Performed as part of 'Two Gramophone Sketches' (in 'Divertissement')

The Two Igors

Choreographer: Frank Staff
Composer: Dmitri Shostakovich
Music note: Danced to recorded music

Performers

Dancer Walter Gore
Dancer Frank Staff
Performance note: Performed as part of 'Two Gramophone Sketches' (in 'Divertissement')

Alcina Suite

Choreographer: Andrée Howard
Composer: Henry Purcell, George Frideric Handel
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

Dancer Wendy Toye
Dancer Elisabeth Schooling
Dancer Susette Morfield
Dancer Ann Gee
Dancer Celia Franks
Dancer Sally Gilmour
Dancer Olivia Sarel
Dancer [first name unknown] Gwynn
Dancer [first name unknown] Campbell
Dancer Walter Gore
Dancer Frank Staff
Piano Charles Lynch

La Muse s'Amuse

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

Performers

The Hostess Wendy Toye
Her Maid Susette Morfield
Her Guest Elisabeth Schooling
Her Guest Ann Gee
Her Guest Sally Gilmour
Her Guest Celia Franks
Her Guest Deborah Dering
The Virtuoso Frank Staff
His Muse Andrée Howard
Piano Charles Lynch
Source: Revised programme for 6 April 1938 (evening) in the Rambert Archive
Made by Palace