Published May 1, 1934
On its first U.S. tour since the death of Diaghilev, the Ballet Russes performed at the St. James Theater in New York in 1934 with a repertoire of 22 ballets. With the company were dancers Leon Woizikovsky, the male lead; the young Tamara Toumanova, whom critics called the new Pavlova; and David Lichine, a company dancer who performed in Stravinsky's 'Petrouchka.' Photograph by Anton Bruehl and Fernand Bourges in the May 1934 Vanity Fair.
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