Swan Lake (ballet in 2 acts and 3 tabluex)
Article. Music by Petr Ilich Tchaikovsky; libretto by Vladimir Begichev and Vasily Geltser adapted by Marius Petipa; Sets by Konstantin Korovin and Aleksandr Golovin; costumes by Aleksandr Golovin; choreography by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov, revised by Michel Fokine; premiere 30 November 1911, Royal Opera House, London. [This production was condensed into two acts from a version that was performed at the Maryinsky Theater...
Tchaikovsky, Petr Ilich - Begichev, Vladimir - Geltser, Vasily - Petipa, Marius - Korovin, Konstantin - Golovin, Aleksandr - Ivanov, Lev - Fokine, Michel
May Night (opera)
Article. Music by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov; libretto by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, after Nikolai Gogol; choreography by Michel Fokine; premiere on 26 June 1914, Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London.
Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolai - Fokine, Michel
La Boutique Fantasque (ballet in 1 act)
Article. Music by Gioacchino Rossini, orchestrated by Ottorino Respighi; sets, costumes, and curtain by André Derain; choreography by Léonide Massine; premiere on 5 June 1919, Alhambra Theatre, London. One of the Ballets Russes’ most successful productions, La Boutique Fantasque was performed over 300 times between 1919 and 1929.
Le Tricorne (ballet in 1 act)
Article. Music by Manuel de Falla; sets, costumes, and curtain; Pablo Picasso; choreography by Léonide Massine; premiere on 22 July 1919, Alhambra Theatre, London.
Falla, Manuel De - Picasso, Pablo - Massine, Léonide
The Sleeping Princess (ballet in 4 acts)
Article. Music by Petr Ilich Tchaikovsky, partly re-orchestrated by Igor Stravinsky; sets and costumes by Léon Bakst; original choreography by Marius Petipa, with additional dances by Bronislava Nijinska; premiere on 2 November 1921, Alhambra Theatre, London. [This full-length ballet was a revival of Sleeping Beauty, which was first performed at the Maryinsky Theater in 1890.]
Tchaikovsky, Petr Ilich - Stravinsky, Igor - Benois, Alexandre - Petipa, Marius - Nijinska, Bronislava
Barabau (ballet in 1 act with chorus)
Article. Music and libretto by Vittorio Rieti; sets and costumes by Maurice Utrillo; choreography by George Balanchine; premiere 11 December 1925, Coliseum Theatre, London.
Rieti, Vittorio - Utrillo, Maurice - Balanchine, George
The Triumph of Neptune (pantomimic ballet in 12 tableaux)
Article. Music by Lord Berners; libretto by Sacheverell Sitwell; sets adapted by Prince Alexander Schervashidze after George and Robert Cruikshank, Tofts, Honigold, and Webb; costumes by Pedro Pruna; choreography by George Balanchine; premiere on 3 December 1926, Lyceum Theatre, London.
Berners, Lord - Sitwell, Sacheverell - Schervashidze, Prince Alexander - Cruikshank, George - Cruikshank, Robert - Tofts - Hornigold - Webb - Pruna, Pedro - Balanchine, George
The Gods Go A-Begging (ballet)
Article. Music by George Frederic Handel, arranged by Thomas Beecham; libretto by Sobeka [Boris Kochno]; sets by Léon Bakst, from the production of Daphnis and Chloë, produced in 1912; costumes by Juan Gris, from the production of Les Tentations de la Bergère, produced in 1924; choreography by George Balanchine; premiere on 16 July, 1928, His Majesty’s Theatre, London.
Handel, George Frederic - Beecham, Thomas - Sobeka [Kochno, Boris] - Bakst, Léon - Gris, Juan - Balanchine, George