APPENDIX A BALLETS PRODUCED AT THE EMPIRE THEATRE, 1884-1915
Date of First
Performance
TitleChoreographerComposer
Nov. 8, 1884 Coppélia Bertrand Delibes
Dec. 24, 1884 Giselle Bertrand Adam
Dec. 21, 1885 Hurly-Burly
Dec. 22, 1887 Dilara Lanner Hervé
Dec. 22, 1887 The Sports of England Lanner Hervé
May 19, 1888 Rose d'Amour Lanner Hervé
Oct. 31, 1888 Diana Lanner Hervé
Dec. 24, 1888 Robert Macaire Martinetti
Jan. 28, 1889 The Duel in the Snow1 Martinetti, Lanner Hervé
May 20, 1889 Cleopatra Lanner Hervé
Sep. 26, 1889 The Paris Exhibition Lanner Hervé
Dec. 23, 1889 A Dream of Wealth2 Lanner Wenzel
May 20, 1890 Cécile Lanner Wenzel
Dec. 22, 1890 Dolly Lanner Wenzel
May 25, 1891 Orfeo Lanner Wenzel
Aug. 31, 1891 By the Sea3 Lanner Wenzel
Dec. 24, 1891 Nisita Lanner Wenzel
May 23, 1892 Versailles Lanner Wenzel
Sep. 26, 1892 Round the Town4 Lanner Wenzel
Feb. 20, 1893 Katrina Lanner Wenzel
Sep. 27, 1893 The Girl I Left Behind
Me
Lanner Wenzel
May 21, 1894 La Frolique Lanner Ford
Oct. 8, 1894 On Brighton Pier5 Lanner Ford
May 6, 1895 Faust Lanner Lutz, Ford
Jan. 25, 1896 La Danse Lanner Ford
Oct. 26, 1896 Monte Cristo Lanner Wenzel
June 21, 1997 Under One Flag Lanner Wenzel
Feb. 14, 1898 The Press Lanner Wenzel
Oct. 12, 1898 Alaska Lanner Wenzel
May 8, 1899 Round the Town Again6 Lanner Wenzel
Sep. 10, 1900 Sea-Side Lanner Wenzel
Mar. 18, 1901 Les Papillons Lanner Wenzel
Nov. 6, 1901 Old China Lanner Wenzel
May 28, 1902 Our Crown Lanner Wenzel
Jan. 14, 1903 The Milliner Duchess7 Lanner Wenzel
Sep. 26, 1903 Vineland Lanner Wenzel
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1
1 Revived, Mar. 23, 1903.
2
2 Second edition, Oct. 13, 1890.
3
3 Second edition, Feb. 15, 1892.
4
4 Second edition, May 29, 1893. Revived, Jan. 28, 1895.
5
5 Revived, Aug. 12, 1895.
6
6 Second edition, Jan. 29, 1900.
7
7 Second edition, Oct. 31, 1904.

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