Brooklyn, NY: Brooklyn Greek Institute, 1920.. 1920.. Very good. - A sheet of paper is folded once to form a four-page program, approximately 9-1/2 inches high by 5-1/2 inches wide, with a black-and- white illustration of two Greek dancers on the cover. There are a few tiny marks to the 4th side. The program information on the inner sides is surrounded by a pictorial border of 15 black-and-white illustrations of the dancers performing. On the 4th side are quotes from reviews incorporated into an image of a Greek vase. There are 2 light horizontal creases where the program has been folded. Very good.
According to the program "The Kanellos Ballet Hellenique has for its purpose the reviving of the Classic Greek Dance and Dramatique pantomime. Under the guidance of M. Kanellos, the ballet will present from the great dramas of Greek Classic literature those scenes and episodes best known the world over and from modern Greece; it will present the simple dances of the shepherds and peasants with their peculiar native charm." Together with his wife Tanagra, Kanellos toured widely in Europe and the U.S. The program performed in Brooklyn was presented under the auspices of, and for the benefit of, the Brooklyn Greek Institute.