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Sun 7 May 1933, 9.00pm, Mercury Theatre, London

Les Sylphides

Choreographer: Michel Fokine
Composer: Frédéric Chopin
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

Nocturne Pearl Argyle
Nocturne Prudence Hyman
Nocturne Diana Gould
Nocturne Frederick Ashton
Nocturne Elisabeth Schooling
Nocturne Betty Cuff
Nocturne Susette Morfield
Nocturne Elizabeth Ruxton
Nocturne Joan Benthall
Nocturne Ruth Buchanan
Mazurka Betty Cuff
Mazurka Elisabeth Schooling
Valse Prudence Hyman
Mazurka Frederick Ashton
Prelude Pearl Argyle
Grande Valse Prudence Hyman
Grande Valse Pearl Argyle
Grande Valse Frederick Ashton
Final Ensemble
Piano Charles Lynch
Performance note: The programme lists alternative dancers in some roles without specifying who danced at this performance: Argyle or Hyman in Nocturne and Grande Valse; Cuff or Schooling in Mazurka. All are listed here.

Pavane pour une Infante Défunte

Choreographer: Frederick Ashton
Composer: Maurice Ravel
Premiere type: World premiere
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

Dancer Diana Gould
Dancer William Chappell
Piano Charles Lynch

Atalanta of the East

Choreographer: Antony Tudor
Composer: Theodor Szanto, Paul Seelig
Premiere type: World premiere
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

Sita Pearl Argyle
Vikram (a wooer) Hugh Laing
The Goddess Diana Gould
Attendant deity Tamara Svetlova
Attendant deity Yvonne Madden
King Antony Tudor
Queen Anna Brunton
Apsari Elisabeth Schooling
Apsari Betty Cuff
Apsari Elizabeth Ruxton
Apsari Susette Morfield
Apsari Joan Benthall
Piano Charles Lynch

Les Masques (ou, Changement de Dames)

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

Performers

A Personage Frederick Ashton
His Lady Friend Prudence Hyman
His Wife Pearl Argyle
Her Lover Walter Gore
One of Two Young Girls Elisabeth Schooling
One of Two Young Girls Betty Cuff
One of Three Ladies with Fans Anna Brunton
One of Three Ladies with Fans Elizabeth Ruxton
One of Three Ladies with Fans Tamara Svetlova
Piano Charles Lynch
Source: Programme for 7 May 1933 (evening) in the Rambert Archive
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