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Les Masques (ou, Changement de Dames)

Choreographer: Frederick Ashton
Composer: Francis Poulenc
Set designer: Sophie Fedorovitch
Costume designer: Sophie Fedorovitch
World premiere: 5 Mar 1933, Ballet Club, Mercury Theatre, London
Production note: In the programme, Sophie Fedorovitch is credited as 'scene and costumes'.
Music title: Trio for oboe, bassoon and piano (1926)
Music details: Live music: oboe, bassoon and piano
Source: Programme and reference file in the Rambert Archive
Archive catalogue: WORK/0064

Performances

Date ↿⇂ Programme ↿⇂ Venue ↿⇂
5 Mar 1933
Evening
Lysistrata | Les Masques (ou, Changement de Dames)* | Le Spectre de la Rose | Foyer de Danse Mercury Theatre, London
7 May 1933
Evening
Les Sylphides | Pavane pour une Infante Défunte* | Atalanta of the East* | Les Masques (ou, Changement de Dames) Mercury Theatre, London
31 Dec 1933
Evening
Récamier* | Le Boxing | L'Après-midi d'un faune | Les Masques (ou, Changement de Dames) Mercury Theatre, London
15 May 1934
Evening
Mermaid | Bar aux Folies-Bergère* | Les Masques (ou, Changement de Dames) Mercury Theatre, London
16 Jun 1935
Evening
Mermaid | Circus Wings* | Les Masques (ou, Changement de Dames) Mercury Theatre, London
16 Jan 1938
Evening
Our Lady's Juggler | Foyer de Danse | Trio (Lachrymae) | Étrange* | American Sailor | Pompette | The Tartans* | Soirée de Vienne, no. 6 (Schubert-Liszt) | Les Masques (ou, Changement de Dames) Mercury Theatre, London
5 Dec 1939
Evening
La Muse s'Amuse | Death and the Maiden | Czernyana* | Les Masques (ou, Changement de Dames) | Bar aux Folies-Bergère Duchess Theatre, London
7 May 1941
Tea
Overture | Passionate Pavane | Panaderos* | Shepherd's Wooing | Prelude | Valse | Mazurka | Pas de Deux | Interlude | Death and the Maiden | Interlude | Les Masques (ou, Changement de Dames) The Arts Theatre Club, London
5 May 1947
Evening
Swan Lake (Act 2) | Plaisance* | Les Masques | Façade (the original version) Theatre Royal, Bristol
17 Oct 1949
Evening
Casse Noisette | Antonia* | Les Masques | Gala Performance King's Theatre, London
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