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Mam'zelle Angot - 11 July 1951 Evening 7.00pm

Ballet: Performance details

Company: Sadler's Wells Ballet
Venue: Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London
Performance status: Revival
Conductor Robert Irving
Leader Thomas Matthews
Mam'zelle Angot Nadia Nerina
A Barber Alexander Grant
The Caricaturist John Field
The Aristocrat Rosemary Lindsay
A Government Official John Hart
The Chief of Police Franklin White
Gendarme Paul Reymond
Gendarme Ray Powell
The Butcher Leslie Edwards
The Tailor Henry Legerton
The Bootmaker Douglas Steuart
The Fishwife Margaret Dale
The Florist Jill Gregory
The Seller of Fruit Valerie Taylor
The Seller of Vegetables Dorothea Zaymes
one of Three Ladies
Catherine Boulton
one of Three Ladies
Anna Carne
one of Three Ladies
Jane Shore
one of Two Children
Angela Walton
one of Two Children
Deirdre Dixon
Urchins, Market women, etc.
The Officer Philip Chatfield
Soldier Kenneth Melville
Soldier William Barrett
Soldier Desmond Doyle
Soldier Alfred Rodrigues
Soldier Bryan Ashbridge
Soldier Kenneth MacMillan
Guest Rosemary Valaire
Guest Greta Hamby
Guest Lorna Mossford
Guest Christine du Boulay
Guest Rowena Jackson
Guest Wendy Winn
Pirate Leslie Edwards
Pirate Jill Gregory
Savage Henry Legerton
Savage Pauline Clayden
Minstrel Gilbert Vernon
Minstrel Avril Navarre
Officer Philip Chatfield
His Lady Jane Shore
Incroyable Ray Powell
Incroyable Douglas Steuart
Merveilleuse Christine du Boulay
Merveilleuse Anne Heaton
Grisette Valerie Taylor
Grisette Dorothea Zaymes
Grisette Anna Carne
Grisette Catherine Boulton
Grisette Fiorella Keane
Grisette Brenda Taylor
Café Proprietor Franklin White
Customers, Musicians, Waiters, Soldiers, etc.
The Covent Garden Orchestra
Notes: In the programme Kenneth MacMillan's surname is spelt 'Macmillan'.
Durations: Entire work: 9.25-10.09pm
Event: Number 3 in Sadler's Wells Ballet mixed programme 11 July 1951
Information source: Royal Opera House programme and stage manager's report for 11 July 1951 (in Royal Opera House Collections)