Sat 17 May 1941, 2.15pm, The Arts Theatre Club, London

Overture

Music note: Musical overture before the performance

Performers

Piano Angus Morrison
Piano Mary Peppin

Shepherd's Wooing

Choreographer: George Balanchine
Composer: George Frideric Handel
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

Dancer Peggy van Praagh
Dancer David Paltenghi
Piano Angus Morrison
Piano Mary Peppin
Performance note: Performed as part of 'Divertissement'

Panaderos

Choreographer: Elsa Brunelleschi
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

Dancer Sara Luzita
Piano Angus Morrison
Piano Mary Peppin
Performance note: Performed as part of 'Divertissement'

Circus Wings

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

Performers

Dancer Elisabeth Schooling
Performance note: Performed as part of 'Gramophone Sketches' in the 'Divertissement'

The Two Igors

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

Performers

Dancer David Martin
Dancer Peter Franklin-White
Performance note: Performed as part of 'Gramophone Sketches' in the 'Divertissement'

Alegrias

Choreographer: Elsa Brunelleschi
Premiere type: World premiere
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

Dancer Sara Luzita
Piano Angus Morrison
Piano Mary Peppin
Performance note: Performed as part of 'Divertissement'

Interlude

Music note: Musical interlude between dances

Performers

Piano Angus Morrison
Piano Mary Peppin

Lady into Fox

Choreographer: Andrée Howard
Composer: Arthur Honegger
Music note: Danced to live music

Performers

Mr. Tebrick David Paltenghi
Mr. Tebrick Walter Gore
Sylvia, his wife Sally Gilmour
Mrs. Cork, her Nurse Therese Langfield
Huntsman David Martin
Guest Joan McClelland
Guest Charlotte Bidmead
Guest Olivia Sarel
Guest Rosemary Young
Guest Peter Franklin-White
Piano Angus Morrison
Piano Mary Peppin
Performance note: The programme lists Paltenghi and Gore alternating as Mr. Tebrick but does not specify who danced at this performance. Both are listed here.
Source: Programme for 17 May 1941 in the Rambert Archive
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