Joffrey Ballet (City Center), 1967-1980. Volume #2 [videorecording] : (Kettentanz - Romeo & Juliet). 1967-1980.


Barzel, Ann. Joffrey Ballet (City Center), 1967-1980. Volume #2 [videorecording] : (Kettentanz - Romeo & Juliet).

Joffrey Ballet (City Center), 1967-1980. Volume #2 [videorecording] : (Kettentanz - Romeo & Juliet). 1967-1980.

1 videocassette (VHS, NTSC) (55 min., 54 sec.) : si., col. with b&w sequences ; 1/2 in.

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