This Joffrey Ballet dancer (from 1963) was a charter dancer of the Harkness Ballet in 1964; he served the Royal Winnipeg Ballet (1971-79) as principal dancer, then ballet master and associate director; later resident choreographer of the North Carolina Dance Theater. Large bold signature in medium red marker, heavy stock...
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This classical ballet dancer was principal soloist with the Nijinsky Company, Leonid Masssine's Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo and other noted companies; in 1951 he founded the Miami Ballet. Handsome full signature in blue ballpoint, heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p., 1980 September 3. Fine. With original envelope. A great example.
New Zealand ballet dancer with Sadler's Wells Ballet (later the Royal Ballet) for many years, featured in the film "The Red Shoes"; later with the Australian Ballet. Handsome full signature in blue fountain pen, heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p., 1985 August 9. Fine. With original envelope. A great example.
This African-American classical dancer -- an AIDS victim -- appeared with the Stuttgart Ballet, San Francisco Ballet and elsewhere. Handsome full signature in blue ballpoint, heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p., 1977 June 18. Fine. With original envelope. A beautiful example from early in his career -- rather uncommon.
Among many accomplishments, this reknowned ballet dancer was the first American to land starring roles in the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo (1942-50); she was also a choreographer of note. Handsome signature in black fineline, heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p., 1982 March 20. Fine. With original envelope. A quite nice example.
This AIDS victim was lead dancer of the American Ballet Theater and appeared in Agnes de Mille's "Rodeo" and Michel Fokine's "Petrouchka"; he was also with the New York City Ballet and the Martha Graham Dance Company, and later turned to choreography. Handsome bold signature in blue ballpoint, heavy stock...
This Swedish dancer co-founded (with Ivo Cramer) the ballet group Svenska Dansteatern in 1921, with whom she toured; she choreographed for the Royal Swedish Ballet in the 1950s and founded the Cullberg Ballet in 1967. Uncommon signature, heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p., 1982 November 20. Fine. With original envelope. Rather uncommon.
Cecil B.'s niece and economist Henry George's granddaughter was a ballet dancer and innovative choreographer of such Broadway hits as "Rodeo," "Oklahoma!" and "Fall River Legend." Signed First Day Cover, 6½" X 3½", cancelled in New York, New York on 26 April 1978 and with "First Day of Issue" boldly...