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27. EUGENE THE UNFORTUNATE (BROKENBROW)


Play by Ernst Toller, translated by Adrian Piotrovsky


Choreography: By George Balanchine.

Production: Directed by Sergei Radlov. Pantomime directed by Levitsky. Scenery by Vladimir Dimitriev.

Premiere: December 15, 1923, Maly Opera Theater, Petrograd. Conductor: Max Kuper.

Cast: Eugene Brokenbrow, Vivien; Margaret Brokenbrow, His Wife, Yureneva; Mrs. Brokenbrow, His Mother, Gribunina; Jock Rooster, Andreivsky; and others. Dancers: Berestorskaya, Orlova, Charova, Dikushina, Rykhliakov, Shiryayev, Morosov, Petrushenko.

Note: Balanchine contributed Act II dances in silhouette.

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