Event Les Sylphides / Symphonie Fantastique / Le Beau Danube
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Venue Theatre Royal, Adelaide, SA
Umbrella Event The 1955 Borovansky Ballet Second Programme
First Date 15 August 1955
Last Date 20 August 1955
Dates Estimated No
Status Professional
World Premiere No
Part of a Tour Yes
Description Source Other
Primary Genre Dance
Organisations
Contributors
Name Function Notes
Dudley Simpson Assistant Conductor
William Akers Assistant Stage Manager
Mikhail Fokine Choreographer
Frederic Chopin Composer
John Auld Dancer
Jill Bathurst Dancer
Pixie Bevan Dancer
Laurence Bishop Dancer
Serge Bousloff Dancer
Vonda Boyd Dancer
Patrina Coates Dancer
Alison Crowther Dancer
Peter Dickinson Dancer
Charles Dixon Dancer
Annette Dunlop Dancer
Royes Fernandez Dancer
Arvid Fibigs Dancer
Rosina Gay Dancer
Kathleen Gorham Dancer
John Grant Dancer
Paul Grinwis Dancer
Heather Halton Dancer
Bruno Harvey Dancer
Jan Heidenreich Dancer
Ann Holmes Dancer
Judith Hoskin Dancer
Bernard Jameson Dancer
Leon Kellaway Dancer
Judith V Ker Dancer
Eve King Dancer
Barry Kitcher Dancer
Kathleen Lamb Dancer
Keith Little Dancer
Patrice Lyons Dancer
Ken Mansfield Dancer
Des Meyers Dancer
Rosemary Mildner Dancer
Audrey Nicholls Dancer
Ray Phillips Dancer
Joan Potter Dancer
Pamela Proud Dancer
Olga Purves Dancer
Gladys Raynor Dancer
Aina Reega Dancer
Peggy Sager Dancer
Frank Salter Dancer
Yurek Shabelewski Dancer
John Sherwood Dancer
Eileen Tasker Dancer
Raymond Trickett Dancer
Vassilie Trunoff Dancer
Kiril Vassilkovsky Dancer
Jocelyn Vollmar Dancer
Barry Walsh Dancer
Reg Warhurst Dancer
Garth Welch Dancer
W Boulton Lighting Designer Electrics
Kurt Herweg Musical Director
Edouard Borovansky Production Supervisor
Alex Weeks Properties Master
William Constable Scenic Artist Scenic Designer
Colleen Gough Stage Manager
Len Coleman Various Wardrobe Master
George Yates Various Mechanics
Maria Costello Wardrobe Master / Mistress
Resources
Works
Production Nationality Australia
Data Source
Source Description
Programme University of Adelaide Special Collections
Event Identifier 81986