Payne in Confetti (Nelson revue)

Nina Payne (holding a mask) in costume for the Nelson revue “Confetti”, by Studio Manassé (1910s) | src liveinternet.ru
Nina Payne In costume for the Nelson revue “Confetti”, by Hill, ca. 1916 | src HZG
Dancer Nina Payne with a dance mask in the Nelson revue “Confetti”, Nelson Theater Berlin, 1925. Photo: Atelier Binder 1925 (Photo by Atelier Binder) | src Getty Images
Tänzerin Nina Payne (USA) in einer interessanten Tanzmaske in der Nelson-Revue “Confetti”, Nelson Theater Berlinerschienen Nr. 42/1925. Foto: Atelier Binder | src Getty Images

The Falling (dancers), 1930s-1990s

Birgit Åkesson, foto: okänd. | src Dansmuseet on IG
Pierre Boucher :: Serge Lifar dans la Chute d’Icare, 1938. | src Centre Pompidou
Tiziana Luxardo :: La caduta dell’angelo, Teatro dell’Opera, 1996. Stampa digitale da pellicola. Firmata a penna bianca sull’immagine. | src Minerva Auctions

Lifar by Hoyningen-Huene, 1930

George Hoyningen-Huene (Russian, 1900-1968) :: Serge Lifar, 1930. Vogue magazine.
George Hoyningen-Huene (Russian, 1900-1968) :: Serge Lifar; Vogue ; Paris (1930) Heritage Auctions
George Hoyningen-Huene (Russian, 1900-1968) :: Serge Lifar, 1930. Vogue magazine.

Vaslav Nijinsky as Petrushka, 1911

Elliott & Fry :: Vaslav Nijinsky as the Rag Doll ‘Petrouchka’ (1911). Petrushka [French: Petrouchka] premiered June 13, 1911 at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris with costume and scenery design by Alexandre Benois, music by Igor Stravinsky and choreography by Michel Fokine. | src Leo Boudreau, visit his site for more info about Petrouchka and links to the ballet’s videos
Dover Street Studios (Photographer) :: Nijinsky, London, 1910-1911. | src NYPL
Portrait of Vaslav Nijinsky in three-quarter profile, left fist clenched before him in the title role of Petrouchka (a rag doll), 1910-1911.
Petrouchka (Choreographic work: Michel Fokine); uncredited photographer on source | src NYPL

Why are people dancing?

Marion Herrmann :: Tanzgruppe Marion Herrmann. Warum tanzen die Menschen? Tempo Magazin, 1927, Heft 2.
Arnold Genthe :: Aus Mary Wigmans Totentanz. Gestaltung durch künstlerischen Tanz [Mary Wigman’s Dance of Death]. Tempo Magazin, 1927, Heft 2
Marion Herrmann :: Tänze Marion Herrmanns zu Paul Hindemiths Mechanischer Orgel [Dances by Marion Herrmann to Paul Hindemith’s mechanical organ]. Tempo Magazin, 1927, Heft 2.

Die Tänzerin Rea Egerváry

Atelier Manassé :: Flexible like a blade made of precious steel (Die Tänzerin Rea Egerváry). Scherl’s Magazin, Band 5, Heft 12, Dezember 1929
Atelier Manassé :: Biegsam wie eine Klinge aus edlem Stahl (Die Tänzerin Rea Egerváry). Scherl’s Magazin, Band 5, Heft 12, Dezember 1929 [full page]

Rigmor Rasmussen (Uhu · 1926)

Madame d’Ora :: Die dänische Tänzerin Rigmor Rasmussen. Uhu Magazin, Januar 1926, Band 2, Heft 1.

Truempy dance school (1931)

Alfred Eisenstaedt :: Truempy dance school, 1931. Scanned by source (κώστας βακουφτσης) from photobook
Alfred Eisenstaedt :: Trümpy ballet school, 1931. Scanned by source (κώστας βακουφτσης) from photobook

Dancers at Trümpy dance school

Alfred Eisenstaedt :: Costumed dancers at Truempy Dance School looking at themselves in studio mirror, Berlin, 1930, for Life Magazine. | src Google Arts & Culture
Alfred Eisenstaedt :: Dancers at Truempy Dance School, Berlin, 1930-1931. | src Google Arts & Culture
Alfred Eisenstaedt :: First lesson at Truempy dance school, Berlin, 1930, printed in 1995. | src Sotheby’s