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55 1966 White House Happening: A Didactic Collage, in a Prologue, Two Acts; an Epilogue.

55 White House Happening: A Didactic Collage, in a Prologue, Two Acts; an Epilogue. [Cambridge, Massachusetts: privately published by Lincoln Kirstein], 1966. 172 pages. Reproduced from typescript; prepared for performances at the Loeb Drama Center, Harvard University, August 1967.

[Cambridge, Massachusetts: privately published by Lincoln Kirstein] Drama & Ballet Libretti
Full-length Plays
56 1967 Magic Carpet: A Farce or Fable in Two Acts

56 Magic Carpet: A Farce or Fable in Two Acts. [Cambridge, Massachusetts: privately published by Lincoln Kirstein], 1967. 154 pages. Reproduced from typescript; prepared for a reading at the Harvard Dramatic Club, January 18, 1968.

[Cambridge, Massachusetts: privately published by Lincoln Kirstein] Drama & Ballet Libretti
Full-length Plays
57 1934 Transcendence

57 Transcendence. Choreography: George Balanchine. Music: Franz Liszt (orchestration by George Antheil). Decor: Gaston Longchamp. Costumes: Franklin Watkins. First performance: Avery Memorial Theater, Hartford, Connecticut, December 6, 1934; Producing Company of the School of American Ballet. a. Premiere: Adelphi Theater, New York, March 5, 1935; the American Ballet.

Hartford, Connecticut: Producing Company of the School of American Ballet Drama & Ballet Libretti
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57a 1935 Transcendence

57 Transcendence. Choreography: George Balanchine. Music: Franz Liszt (orchestration by George Antheil). Decor: Gaston Longchamp. Costumes: Franklin Watkins. First performance: Avery Memorial Theater, Hartford, Connecticut, December 6, 1934; Producing Company of the School of American Ballet. a. Premiere: Adelphi Theater, New York, March 5, 1935; the American Ballet.

New York: the American Ballet Drama & Ballet Libretti
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58 1936 The Bat

58 The Bat. Choreography: George Balanchine. Music: Johann Strauss. Costumes: Keith Martin. Premiere: Metropolitan Opera House, New York, May 20, 1936; the American Ballet.

New York: the American Ballet Drama & Ballet Libretti
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59 1936 Harlequin for President

59 Harlequin for President. Choreography: Eugene Loring. Music: Domenico Scarlatti. Costumes: Keith Martin. Premiere: Bennington College, July 17, 1936; Ballet Caravan.

Bennington, Vermont: Ballet Caravan Drama & Ballet Libretti
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60 1936 Pocahontas

60 Pocahontas. Choreography: Lew Christensen. Music: Elliott Carter, Jr. Costumes: Karl Free. Premiere: Bennington College, July 18, 1936; Ballet Caravan.

Bennington, Vermont: Ballet Caravan Drama & Ballet Libretti
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61 1937 Yankee Clipper

61 Yankee Clipper. Choreography: Eugene Loring. Music: Paul Bowles. Costumes: Charles Rain. Premiere: Town Hall, Saybrook, Connecticut, July 12, 1937; Ballet Caravan.

Saybrook, Connecticut: Ballet Caravan Drama & Ballet Libretti
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62 1938 Filling Station

62 Filling Station. Choreography: Lew Christensen. Music: Virgil Thomson. Decor and costumes: Paul Cadmus. Premiere: Avery Memorial Theater, Hartford, Connecticut, January 6, 1938; Ballet Caravan.

Hartford, Connecticut: Ballet Caravan Drama & Ballet Libretti
Ballet Libretti
63 1938 Billy the Kid

63 Billy the Kid. Choreography: Eugene Loring. Music: Aaron Copland. Decor and costumes: Jared French. Premiere: Chicago Civic Theater, October 16, 1938; Ballet Caravan.

Chicago: Ballet Caravan Drama & Ballet Libretti
Ballet Libretti
64 1939 Charade (or, The Debutante)

64 Charade (or, The Debutante). Choreography: Lew Christensen. Music: American melodies, arranged by Trude Rittman. Decor and costumes: Alvin Colt. Premiere: Lancaster, Pennsylvania, October 17, 1939; Ballet Caravan.

Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Ballet Caravan Drama & Ballet Libretti
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65 1939 City Portrait

65 City Portrait. Choreography: Eugene Loring. Music: Henry Brant. Costumes: Forrest Thayr, Jr. Premiere: Four Arts Club, Mobile, Alabama, October 23, 1939; Ballet Caravan.

Mobile, Alabama: Ballet Caravan Drama & Ballet Libretti
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66 1941 Juke Box

66 Juke Box. Choreography: William Dollar. Music: Alec Wilder. Decor and costumes: Tom Lee. First performance: Little Theatre of Hunter College, New York, May 27, 1941; American Ballet Caravan. a. Premiere: Teatro Municipal, Rio de Janeiro, July 4, 1941; American Ballet Caravan.

New York: American Ballet Caravan Drama & Ballet Libretti
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66a 1941 Juke Box

66 Juke Box. Choreography: William Dollar. Music: Alec Wilder. Decor and costumes: Tom Lee. First performance: Little Theatre of Hunter College, New York, May 27, 1941; American Ballet Caravan. a. Premiere: Teatro Municipal, Rio de Janeiro, July 4, 1941; American Ballet Caravan.  

Rio de Janeiro: American Ballet Caravan Drama & Ballet Libretti
Ballet Libretti
67 1941 Time Table

67 Time Table. Choreography: Antony Tudor. Music: Aaron Copland. Decor and costumes: James Stewart Morcom. Premiere: Hunter College Playhouse, New York, May 29, 1941; American Ballet Caravan.

New York: American Ballet Caravan Drama & Ballet Libretti
Ballet Libretti
68 1946 The Spellbound Child (L'Enfant et les Sortilèges)

68 The Spellbound Child (L'Enfant et les Sortilèges), poem by Colette, translated by Lincoln Kirstein and Jane Barzin. Choreography: George Balanchine. Music: Maurice Ravel. Decor and costumes: Aline Bernstein. Premiere: Central High School of Needle Trades, New York, November 20, 1946; Ballet Society. (See item 243)

New York: Ballet Society Drama & Ballet Libretti
Ballet Libretti
69 1947 The Minotaur

69 The Minotaur, with Joan Junyer. Choreography: John Taras. Music: Elliott Carter, Jr. Decor and costumes: Joan Junyer. Premier: Central High School of Needle Trades, New York, March 26, 1947; Ballet Society.

New York: Ballet Society Drama & Ballet Libretti
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