Lyon, Annabelle (c. 1915–)
Lyon, Annabelle (c. 1915–)
American ballet dancer. Born Jan 8, c. 1915, in New York, NY; trained with Mikhail Fokine and Alexandra Fedorova.
Performed with Fokine Ballet in Les Sylphides and Schéhérézade (1934); joined Balanchine's 1st US company—American Ballet—and danced in Serenade (1934), Reminiscence (1935), The Card Party (1937), among others; as member of Ballet Caravan danced in premieres of Eugene Loring's Harlequin for President (1936), William Dollar's Promenade (1936), and Douglas Coudy's The Soldier and the Gypsy (1936); danced in Ballet Theater (early 1940s), creating role in Tudor's Pillar of Fire (1942); appeared on Broadway in Agnes de Mille's Allegro (1947) and Carousel (1948), just before retiring.
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