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Mam'zelle Angot - 18 February 1959 Evening 

Ballet: Performance details

Company: The Royal Ballet
Venue: Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London
Performance status: Revival
Conductor Hugo Rignold
Leader Charles Taylor
Mam'zelle Angot Maryon Lane
A Barber Peter Clegg
The Caricaturist David Blair
The Aristocrat Rosemary Lindsay
A Government Official Franklin White
The Chief of Police Ray Powell
Gendarme Peter Clegg
Gendarme John Sale
The Butcher William Wilson
The Tailor Ronald Plaisted
The Bootmaker Douglas Steuart
The Fishwife Judith Sinclair
The Florist Patricia Thorogood
The Seller of Fruit Dorothea Zaymes
The Seller of Vegetables Hylda Zinkin
Lady Jennifer Gay
Lady Monica Mason
Lady Audrey Henderson
Child Ann Howard
Child Mavis Osborn
Urchins, Market Women, etc.
The Officer Ronald Hynd
Soldier Petrus Bosman
Soldier Derek Rencher
Soldier Keith Rosson
Soldier Christopher Newton
Soldier Richard Farley
Soldier Maurice Metliss
Guest Vyvyan Lorrayne
Guest Georgina Parkinson
Guest Deirdre Dixon
Guest Christine Beckley
Guest Jacqueline Daryl
Guest Doreen Eastlake
Pirate Merle Park
Pirate Ronald Plaisted
Savage Ann Howard
Savage William Wilson
Minstrel Doreen Wells
Minstrel Douglas Steuart
Officer Ronald Hynd
His Lady Hylda Zinkin
Incroyable Graham Usher
Incroyable Benjamin Stevens
Merveilleuse Jennifer Gay
Merveilleuse Patricia Thorogood
Grisette Antoinette Sibley
Grisette Margaret Lyons
Grisette Debra Wayne
Grisette Mavis Osborn
Grisette Dorothea Zaymes
Grisette Brenda Bolton
Café Proprietor Stanley Holden
Customers, Musicians, Waiters, Soldiers, etc.
The Covent Garden Orchestra
Notes: Peter Clegg appears on the programme as both A Barber and one of the Two Gendarmes. This is a mistake, but it is not known who danced the Gendarme role.
Event: Number 1 in The Royal Ballet mixed programme 18 February 1959
Information source: Royal Opera House programme for 18 February 1959 (in Royal Opera House Collections)