Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Adolph Bolm performance program clipping featuring a black and white headshot photo and brief biography of Adolph Bolm, which was also signed by the dancer-choreographer. On the reverse is a photo and brief biography of another ballet dancer, Andre Eglevsky. Created circa 1940.
Three black and white photographs taken by Sasha to promote a London tour performance of “Les Sylphides” by Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, circa 1934.
Black and white matted photograph of George Balanchine rehearsing two ballet dancers, taken by the dance photographer Costas, circa late 1970s or early 1980s.
Black and white photograph of Jerome Robbins in rehearsal with young ballet dancers for “Circus Polka” by Martha Swope
Original black and white photograph of Jerome Robbins in rehearsal with young ballet dancers for “Circus Polka” taken by Martha Swope in June 1972.
Black and white photographs of Jerome Robbins rehearsing with ballet dancers for “Antique Epigraphs” by Martha Swope
Two black and white photographs of Jerome Robbins rehearsing with ballet dancers for “Antique Epigraphs” at the New York City Ballet, taken by Martha Swope in early 1984.
Matted color photograph featuring the dancer and choreographer Jerome Robbins taking a bow during rehearsals of the ballet “Circus Polka” in 1972. The photograph is signed by Robbins. It is also signed by Costas, the photographer, on the matte.
Set design by David de Boschi for an unidentified ballet, probably by Antonio Cortesi.
Four drypoint etchings of Anna Pavlova performing the ballet solo "The Dying Swan," drawn by Ernst Oppler.
Engraving by Israel Silvestre of Moliere and Jean-Baptiste Lully's "La Princesse d'Elide" performed at Verseilles for the court of King Louis XIV.
Black and white matted photograph of ballet dancer and choreographer Laurent Novikoff, taken by Blake Studios of London, England, circa 1910s.
Two black and white photographs featuring the Russian ballet dancer Theodore Kosloff in the role of “Electricity” in the 1930 film “Madam Satan.”
Mezzotint print of ballet dancer Rose Colinette Didelot as the character Calypso from the ballet "Telemachus in the Island of Calypso"
Mezzotint print of ballet dancer Rose Colinette Didelot as the character Calypso from the ballet "Telemachus in the Island of Calypso" attributed to Conde & Reynolds after the drawing by Charles Henard.
Black and white photograph of Arthur Mitchell dancing in costume with a dance partner by photographer Martha Swope, circa early 1960s.
The Robert and Wilva Breen papers consists of correspondence, memoranda, newsclippings, photographs, notebooks, and audiovisual materials largely related to the creation and running of the American National Theater and Academy (ANTA), as well as Robert and Wilva Breen's long-term involvement with the organization. The bulk of the collection originates from 1933 - 2000s, with an outlier date of 1834 from an antique newspaper.
Clipping from a ballet performance of Ludwig van Beethoven’s “Les Créatures de Prométhée” or in “The Creatures of Prometheus” from December 20, 1929. The top of the clipping is signed by Lifar. The back of the clipping is signed but is illegible.
This collection contains playbills for performances at a variety of venues in the Washington D.C. metro area, including the National Theatre, Arena Stage, the New Gayety Theatre, the Warner Theatre, and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, as well as multiple smaller, local theatres and companies, and others across the United States and internationally.