Following the scheduled eleven performance Los Angeles engagement, the company played two nights at Spreckels Theatre in San Diego, California,
March 23rd and 24th, 1925, then returned to Los Angeles for five additional performances.
The Farewell American Tour included the First American performances of "Don Quixote" with music composed by Ludwig Minkus and ballets staged by Laurent Novikoff.
The eleven-night engagement also included the ballets "Sleeping Beauty", "Fairy Doll", "Amarilla", "Oriental Impressions", "Coppelia" and "Chopiniana",
and included performances by Anna Pavlowa, Alexandre Volinine, Laurent Novikoff, Hilda Butsova, Andre Oliveroff, M. Pianowski, M. Zalewski, M. Vajinsky
and the Corps de Ballet, with Ivan Clustine, the eminent Ballet Director and Theodore Stier conducting the Symphony Orchestra.
Los Angeles Times / March 7, 1925 (pg.24)
Los Angeles Times / March 8, 1925 (pg.77)
Los Angeles Times / March 11, 1925 (pg.25)
Los Angeles Times / March 12, 1925 (pg.30)
The Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles, California
15 Mar 1925, Sun • Page 61
Anna Pavlowa / photo on society page
Los Angeles Times / March 15, 1925 (pg.53)
Los Angeles Times / March 16, 1925 (pg.25)
Los Angeles Times / March 22, 1925 (pg.53)
Los Angeles Times / March 25, 1925 (pg.27)
Los Angeles Times / March 29, 1925 (pg.11)