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DanceNY. Cinderella [videorecording]

Title
DanceNY. Cinderella [videorecording] / WNYE ; Dance Magazine ; British Broadcasting Corporation and The Royal Opera House Covent Garden Limited ; presented by Covent Garden Pioneer ; directed for television by John Vernon ; choreography by Frederick Ashton ; music by Sergei Prokofiev.
Publication
Brooklyn, N.Y. : WNYE, 2003.

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Description
1 videocassette (VHS, NTSC) (106 min.) : sd., col.; 1/2 in.
Donor/Sponsor
Gift of Wendy Perron, Dance Magazine.
Series Statement
DanceNY
Uniform Title
  • Cinderella (Choreographic work : Ashton)
  • Dance Magazine.
Alternative Title
  • Cinderella
  • Dance New York. Cinderella
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Dance.
  • Video.
Note
  • Logo of WNYE appears intermittently on screen.
  • Title on original container: Dance New York.
  • For a commercially released version of this recording, without the additional introduction and commentary, see: *MGZIA 4-3052 Cinderella.
Credits (note)
  • Production devised and staged by Frederick Ashton ; scenery, Henry Bardon ; costumes, David Walker ; original stage lighting, William Bundy ; television lighting, James Thomas.
  • Credits for telecast: executive producer: Barbara Paige Kaplan ; script writer and commentator, Wendy Perron.
Performer (note)
  • Antoinette Sibley (Cinderella); Anthony Dowell (the prince); Frederick Ashton and Robert Helpmann (Cinderella's step-sisters); Leslie Edwards (Cinderella's father); Georgina Parkinson (the fairy godmother); Alexander Grant (the jester); Keith Martin (the dancing master); Jonathan Kelly (a tailor); Julie Wood, Lois Strike (dressmakers); Douglas Steuart (the shoemaker); Gary Sinclaire (the hairdresser); Donald Kirkpatrick (a jeweller); Peter O'Brien (the coachman); Jennifer Penney (the fairy Spring); Vyvyan Lorrayne (the fairy Summer); Ann Jenner (the fairy Autumn); Deanne Bergsma (the fairy Winter); Chinko Rafique, Kenneth Mason, Gary Sherwood, David Drew (the prince's friends); Derek Rencher, Wayne Sleep (the step-sisters' suitors) ; and others.
  • Host of telecast: Susan Jaffe.
  • Commentator on telecast: Wendy Perron.
Event (note)
  • Recorded in performance at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London, England. Telecast by WNYE, Brooklyn, N.Y., on the series DanceNY, on Feb. 20, 2003.
Call Number
*MGZIA 4-7591
Title
DanceNY. Cinderella [videorecording] / WNYE ; Dance Magazine ; British Broadcasting Corporation and The Royal Opera House Covent Garden Limited ; presented by Covent Garden Pioneer ; directed for television by John Vernon ; choreography by Frederick Ashton ; music by Sergei Prokofiev.
Imprint
Brooklyn, N.Y. : WNYE, 2003.
Country of Producing Entity
U.S.
Series
DanceNY
Event
Recorded in performance at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London, England. Telecast by WNYE, Brooklyn, N.Y., on the series DanceNY, on Feb. 20, 2003.
Credits
Production devised and staged by Frederick Ashton ; scenery, Henry Bardon ; costumes, David Walker ; original stage lighting, William Bundy ; television lighting, James Thomas.
Credits for telecast: executive producer: Barbara Paige Kaplan ; script writer and commentator, Wendy Perron.
Performer
Danced by the Royal Ballet.
Cast
Antoinette Sibley (Cinderella); Anthony Dowell (the prince); Frederick Ashton and Robert Helpmann (Cinderella's step-sisters); Leslie Edwards (Cinderella's father); Georgina Parkinson (the fairy godmother); Alexander Grant (the jester); Keith Martin (the dancing master); Jonathan Kelly (a tailor); Julie Wood, Lois Strike (dressmakers); Douglas Steuart (the shoemaker); Gary Sinclaire (the hairdresser); Donald Kirkpatrick (a jeweller); Peter O'Brien (the coachman); Jennifer Penney (the fairy Spring); Vyvyan Lorrayne (the fairy Summer); Ann Jenner (the fairy Autumn); Deanne Bergsma (the fairy Winter); Chinko Rafique, Kenneth Mason, Gary Sherwood, David Drew (the prince's friends); Derek Rencher, Wayne Sleep (the step-sisters' suitors) ; and others.
Performer
Music performed by the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, conducted by John Lanchbery.
Host of telecast: Susan Jaffe.
Commentator on telecast: Wendy Perron.
Summary
Telecast of a pre-recorded performance, with additional introduction and preview of dance events. Ballet adaptation of the fairy tale of the same title.
Added Author
Sibley, Antoinette, dancer.
Dowell, Anthony, dancer.
Helpmann, Robert, Sir, 1909-1986, dancer.
Edwards, Leslie, dancer.
Parkinson, Georgina, dancer.
Grant, Alexander, 1925-2011, dancer.
Martin, Keith, 1943- dancer.
Penney, Jennifer, dancer.
Lorrayne, Vyvyan, dancer.
Jenner, Ann, 1944- dancer.
Bergsma, Deanne, dancer.
Rafique, Chinko, dancer.
Mason, Kenneth, dancer.
Sherwood, Gary, dancer.
Drew, David, dancer.
Rencher, Derek, dancer.
Sleep, Wayne, dancer.
Lanchbery, John. Conductor
Ashton, Frederick, 1904-1988, choreographer, dancer.
Prokofiev, Sergey, 1891-1953. Composer
Bardon, Henry. Designer
Walker, David. Costume designer
Bundy, William. Designer
Vernon, John. Director
Jaffe, Susan. Host
Kaplan, Barbara Paige. Producer
Perron, Wendy. Author. Commentator
Royal Ballet.
Royal Opera House (London, England)
British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service.
Covent Garden Pioneer.
WNYE (Television station : Brooklyn, N.Y.)
Added Title
Dance New York. Cinderella [videorecording]
Cinderella [videorecording]
Cinderella (Choreographic work : Ashton)
Dance Magazine.
Gift of Wendy Perron, Dance Magazine.
Research Call Number
*MGZIA 4-7591
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