San Francisco Ballet
America’s oldest professional ballet company, founded in 1933; a lively, vital ensemble, one of the three largest ballet companies in the United States
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box: D004.0035
Overview This box contains programs and mailers from the San Francisco Ballet.
File — Box: D004.0038
Overview This box contains oversized souvenir and house programs from Ballet Nacional de Cuba, Dance Theatre of Harlem, Grand Kabuki Theatre, Kirov Ballet, Markova-Dolin Ballet, Martha Grahahm, Murray Louis, Royal Ballet, San Francisco Ballet, and Tulsa Ballet Theatre.
Overview Folder contains biographical material and photographic print of San Francisco dancer, Victoria Gyorfi, who performed with the CCOHA during the 1975 festival season in an unknown production.
Overview Vane Vest of the San Francisco Ballet performs wth Lynda Meyer in the death scene of Michael Smuin's ''Romeo and Juliet.''
Overview Diana Weber and Jim Sohm, both of the San Francisco Ballet, perform together in Michael Smuin's ballet ''Romeo and Juliet'' as part of the Great Performances Dance in America series on PBS television.
Overview Diana Weber and Jim Sohm perform as the lovers, Artistic Director Lew Christensen plays 'Friar Lawrence' and Tina Santos is 'the Nurse' in the San Francisco Ballet's production of Michael Smuin's ballet ''Romeo and Juliet,'' performed as part of the Great Perforamcnes Dance in America special aired on PBS television stations.