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Shakespeare in Ballet
ROBERT HELPMANN on his twenty-minutes Hamlet which he first produced and performed in 1943, now re-created with Rudolf Nureyev in the title role
RUDOLF NUREYEV on dancing Shakespearean roles
KENNETH MACMILLAN on his Images of Love-ballet conceits drawn from quotations from Shakespeare
Interviews by GORDON Gow
Introduced by CARL WILDMAN
Repeated on May 3
Accomplishments: are there modern equivalents of learning fine needlework or playing the spinet which we might de well to teach our children?
Speaker. DR. ANN DALLY
Social Learning and Social Maturity
3: Can social development be changed?
Speaker, DR. M. L. KELLMER PRINGLE , Director, The National Bureau for Co-operation ia Child Care
Dr. M. L. Kellmer
My Gravest Error
4: FRANK RHODEN
Board required in starting position
The Endgame Study by A. J. ROYCROFT
3: Black for White. Position la be discussed (and dictated): lrb5 lP3kpl/P7/2p3Kl 3b2Pl/ 6PB 4P3 6N1
Arranged by TERENCE TILLER
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