SCHOUVALOFF, Alexander. British, b. 1934. Genres: Novels, Dance/ Ballet, Theatre. Career: H.M. Tennent (theatrical production management company), London, England, manager, 1959-64; Central Office of Information, London, information officer, 1964; Edinburgh Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland, assistant director, 1965-67; North West Arts Association, Manchester, England, founding director, 1967-74; Victoria and Albert Museum, London, founding curator of Theatre Museum, 1974-89; London Archives of the Dance, trustee, 1976-; Dance Division, New York Public Library, committee member; Institut national de l'historie de l'art, Paris, scientific committee member, 2002-. Publications: (ed.) Place for the Arts, 1970; The Summer of the Bullshine Boys (novel), 1979; (with V. Borovsky) Stravinsky on Stage, 1982; The Thyssen-Bornemisza Catalogue of Theatre and Ballet Designs, 1987; The Theatre Museum, 1987; Theatre on Paper, 1990; Leon Bakst: The Theatre Art, 1991; The Art of Ballets Russes: The Serge Litar Collection of Theater Designs, Costumes, and Paintings at the Wadsworth Atheneum, 1997. Author of two radio plays. Address: 10 Avondale Park Gardens, London W11 4PR, England.
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