Event The Australian Ballet: Jazz Spectrum / Giselle (II Acts)
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Venue Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, SA
First Date 26 March 1964
Last Date 30 March 1964
Dates Estimated No
Status Professional
World Premiere Yes
Description World Premiere of 'Jazz Spectrum'.
Description Source Programme
Primary Genre Dance
Secondary Genre Test Ballet
Organisations
Contributors
Name Function Notes
Geoffrey Ingram Administrator
Peggy van Praagh Artistic Director Giselle (reproduction)
Rosemary Mildner Ballet Master/Mistress
Robert Helpmann Choreographer
Marius Petipa Choreographer
Betty Pounder Choreographer Jazz Spectrum
Ray Powell Choreographer
Adolphe Adam Composer Giselle
Les Patching Composer Jazz Spectrum
Dmitri Shostakovich Composer
Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky Composer
Malcolm Williamson Composer
Kristian Fredrikson Costume Designer
Ray Powell Costume Designer
Margaret Akerman Dancer
Walter Bourke Dancer
Robert Campbell Dancer
Barbara Chambers Dancer
Patrina Coates Dancer
Kelvin Coe Dancer
Gillian Collinson Dancer
Peter Condon Dancer
Robyn Croft Dancer
Beverley Dean Dancer
Ann Fraser Dancer
Kathleen Geldard Dancer
Douglas Gilchrist Dancer
Kathleen Gorham Dancer
Marilyn Jones Dancer
Vladimir Jurasz Dancer
Janet Karin Dancer
Barry Kitcher Dancer
Bryan Lawrence Dancer
Leonie Leahy Dancer
Heather Macrae Dancer
Gordon Marsden Dancer
Jan Melvin Dancer
Barry Moreland Dancer
Suzanne Musitz Dancer
Colin Peasley Dancer
Ray Powell Dancer Ballet Master
Ramona Ratas Dancer
Rhonda Russell Dancer
Ted Saar Dancer
Robert Smith Dancer
Karl Welander Dancer
Garth Welch Dancer
Warwick Armstrong Designer
Sidney Nolan Designer
John Truscott Designer Jazz Spectrum
William Akers Director Lighting Designer
Noel Smith Musical Director
Andrew Michaelides Properties Master
John Moulton Stage Manager
Boyd Michele Wardrobe Master / Mistress
Frances Towers Wardrobe Master / Mistress
Resources
Works
Text Nationality Australia
Production Nationality Australia
Data Source
Source Description
Programme University of Adelaide Special Collections
Event Identifier 104040