Ballet – design index

Anastasia – Berlin
Lynn Seymour as Anna Anderson, the woman who believes she is Anastasia; Rudolf Holz as her husband

Anastasia 1-act version

Scenery: Barry Kay
Costumes: Barry Kay

Ballet of the Deutsche Oper
Deutsche Oper Berlin, Charlottenburg
World Première 25 June 1967

Kenneth MacMillan, choreography

Anastasia – London
Act I, set design

Anastasia 3-act version

Scenery: Barry Kay
Costumes: Barry Kay
Other assignments: Properties / Projections

The Royal Ballet
Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London
World Première 22 July 1971

Kenneth MacMillan, choreography

Set design, section

Set design, centre section

Set design

Cain and Abel / Kain und Abel

Scenery: Barry Kay
Costumes: Barry Kay

Ballet of the Deutsche Oper Berlin
Deutsche Oper Berlin
World Première 1 November 1968

Kenneth MacMillan, choreography

Derived from the scriptural story, MacMillan portrays the two brothers as rivals vying for their mother's affection.

Set design, section

Daphnis and Chloé

costume design for
Margot Fonteyn

Set design – Act II, scene 1
movie production

Costume for Rudolf Nureyev
Basilio, Act III, Vienna 1966

Les Quatre Saisons model, scale 1:25 Ballet de l’Opéra Paris Théâtre National Opéra de Paris, 1978

Set design Act 1, detail

Stage setting

Isadora, costume design

Set design, Act 1

Costume for the Sorceress

Set design
mezzotint cum lithograph
limited edition of 50

Costume for Hazel Merry

Set model

Set design

Set design

Set design

Costume for Sally Adams

Solitaire model, scale 1:25 Sadler’s Wells Royal Ballet Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London, 1978

Sound Barrier

Scenery: Barry Kay
Costumes: Barry Kay

Sunday Ballet Club
Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London
World Première 13 November 1960

Peter Darrell, choreography

A ballet about communications, social misfits and an eventual break-through - for the wrong reason.

Set design, backdrop

Set design