Concert program for the 1916 season of Grand Opera at the Heilig Theatre. The Boston Grand Opera Co. performed three operas over two days, March 24 and 25. The Pavlowa Imperial Ballet Russe also performed after each opera. The managing director was Max Rabinoff. The program included L'Amore Dei Tre Re by Montemezzi, conducted by Roberto Moranzoni; followed by Snowflakes from Tchaikovsky's Nut Cracker ballet, arranged by Ivan Clustine and conducted by Adolf Schmid; Madame Butterfly by Giacomo Puccini, conducted by Roberto Moranzoni; followed by Coppelia, a ballet by Delibes, arranged by Ivan Clustine and conducted by Adolf Schmid; La Boheme by Giacomo Puccini, conducted by Roberto Moranzoni and starring Felice Lyne; followed by Spanish Dances, music by Massenet, Glazounow and Mozkowski and arranged by Ivan Clustine.
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BROADWAY AT BURNSIDE Dorothy Dainty Broadway at Taylor Across from Heilig Breakfast 7 to 11 Luncheon 11 to 2 Afternoon Tea 2 to 5 Table d'Hote Dinner 5 to 8 Special Chicken Dinner all this week Home Baked Gillespie School of Expression Courses for Teachers Public Readers Public Speakers Educative in Methods Cultural in Scope Practical in Results Emma Wilson Gillespie, Principal A 4872 Main 5034 534 Morrison Portland, Oregon PROGRAMME CONTINUED Valse of Snowflakes—Miles. Plaskovietzka, Kuhn, Butsova, Collinette, Verina, Griffova, Crombova, Leggierova, Fredova, Lindowska, Brunova, Naumova, Shelton, Stuart, Daganova, Cortnova, Saxova, Florence. Mm. Vajinski, Kobeleff, Zelewski, Loboiko, Domislovski, Marini, Bain, Hubart, Veseloff, Marum. Pas de deux Anna Pavlowa and M. Volinine Pas de Cinque Miles. Plaskovietzska, Crombova, Leggierova, Stuart, Daganova Variation Anna Pavlowa and M. Volinine Pas de Troi Miles. Butsova, Collinette, Griffova Coda Anna Pavlowa, M. 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