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Price: $150.00

Mint condition

Dual autographed original quarto photograph of the two dancers in “Sleeping Beauty”.  Semenyaka danced with both the Kirov and the Bolshoi as prima ballerina and Gordeev danced and was Artistic Director of the Bolshoi.

Semenyaka, Ludmila & Gordeev, Vyacheslav dual signed photo

Price: $300.00

Mint condition

Maria Plisetskaya autographs a photograph with Alexandre Godunov in "La Rose Malade", choreography by Roland Petit.  Petit had long admired Plisetskaya and in 1977 he brought his ballet with music by Gustav Mahler.

Plisetskaya, Maya autographed photograph in La Rose Malade

Price: $150.00

Mint condition

Jumbo matted original color photograph of the legendary ballerina and her great partner in presumably Sleeping Beauty.  Makarova and Dowell partnered at the Royal Ballet after her defection in 1970 and again at ABT from 1978-80.

Makarova, Natalia & Dowell, Anthony dual signed photograph

Price: $150.00

Near mint condition

Autographed Maurice Seymour photograph of the first great American born primo danseur in his 1942 creator roles in Agnes de Mille’s “Rodeo.”  Considered today as a quintessential American ballet set to Aaron Copland’s music.

Kriza, John autographed photograph in Rodeo, his 1942 creation

Price: $175.00

Mint condition

Fountain pen autographed half tone photograph of the legendary choreographer and dancer in the 1940’s.  Robbins had already reached his high level of creativity choreographing both ballet and Broadway!

Robbins, Jerome autographed early printed heavyweight photograph

Price: $125.00

Excellent condition

Fonteyn, Margot autographed photograph in Romeo and Juliet, 1981

Great W. Reilly image of the legendary ballerina as Juliet in a dramatic pose.  This version of the ballet was performed in August of 1981 and “New Yorker” Magazine critic Tobi Tobias gave Fonteyn and Nureyev hell for looking too old!