With Warren Leonard: "Can Can" for The Black Crook (Offenbach), Lyric Theater, Hoboken, New Jersey, March 11, 1929.
With Warren Leonard: "Smokin' Reefers" for Flying Colors, 1932.
Nymph Errant (Porter), London, September 1933.
Oklahoma! (Rodgers and Hammerstein), 1943.
One Touch of Venus (Weill, Nash, and Perelman), 1943.
Bloomer Girl (Arlen and Harburg), 1944.
Carousel (Rodgers and Hammerstein), 1945.
Brigadoon (Loewe and Lerner), 1947.
Allegro (Rodgers and Hammerstein), 1949.
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Styne and Loos), 1949.
Paint Your Wagon (Loewe and Lerner), 1951.
The Girl in Pink Tights (Romberg and Robin), 1954.
Goldilocks (Anderson and Kerr), 1958.
Juno (Blitzstein, O’Casey and Stein), 1959.
Kwamina (Adler and Arthur), 1961.
110 in the Shade (Jones Schmidt and Nash), 1961.
Come Summer (Baker and Holt), 1970.
"Pavane," Romeo and Juliet (anon., arr. Norman Franklin), "Court Ballet" (Weelkes, arr. Louis Horst); 1935.
Obeah, Black Ritual (Milhaud). Decor by de Molas. Performed by Ballet Theatre, Center Theater, New York City, January 22, 1940.
Three Virgins and a Devil (Respighi). Scenario by Ramon Reed, costumes by Motley, scenery by Arne Lundberg. First presented by Ballet Theater with Agnes de Mille, Annabelle Lyon, Lucia Chase, and Eugene Loring at the Majestic Theater, New York City, February 11, 1941 (an earlier version with different music was in the 1934 London revue Why Not Tonight).
Drums Sound Hackensack (Cohen). Costumes by Joep Nicolas. First presented by Jooss Ballets with Ulla Soederbaum and Hans Zullig at Maxine Elliott's Theatre, New York City, October 2, 1941.
Rodeo (Copland). Scenery by Oliver Smith, costumes by Kermit Love. First presented by the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo with Agnes de Mille, Frederic Franklin, and Casimir Kokich at the Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, October 16, 1942.
Tally Ho (The Frail Quarry) (Gluck/Nordoff). Decor and costumes by Motley. First Presented by Ballet Theatre with Janet Reed, Anton Dolin and Hugh Laing at the Los Angeles Philharmonic Auditorium, February 26, 1944.
Fall River Legend (Gould) Costumes by Miles White, scenery by Oliver Smith. First presented by Ballet Theatre with Alicia Alonso, Diana Adams, Michael Bentley, Peter Gladke, John Kriza and Crandall Diehl at the Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, April 22, 1948.
The Harvest According (Thomson) Scenery and Costumes by Lemuel Ayers. First presented by Ballet Theatre with Gemze de Lappe, Liane Plane, Ruth Anne Koesun, Kelly Brown, and Jenny Workman at the Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, October 1, 1952.
The Rib of Eve (Gould). Costumes by Irene Sharaff, scenery by Oliver Smith. First presented by Ballet Theatre with Nora Kaye, James Mitchell and Barbara Lloyd at the Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, April 25, 1956
Sebastian (Menotti). Ballet Theatre "Previews" production with Nora Kaye, Darrell Notara, John Kriza, and Lupe Serrano at the Phoenix Theatre, New York City, May 27, 1957.
The Bitter Weird (Loewe and Rittman) Costumes by Motley, scenery by John Graham, first presented by the Royal Winnipeg Ballet with Richard Rutherford and Marilyn Young at the Manitoba Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg, Manitoba, March 9, 1962 (an earlier version, called Ballade, was performed by the Agnes de Mille Dance Theatre in 1953).
The Rehearsal (Gould) First presented by Royal Winnipeg Ballet with Wendy Barker and Richard Rutherford, narrated by Agnes de Mille at the Manitoba Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg, October 2, 1964.
The Wind in the Mountains (trad. Folk tunes, arr. by Laurence Rosenthal). Costumes by Stanley Simmons, scenery by Oliver Smith, First presented by the American Ballet Theatre at the New York State Theater, New York City, March 17, 1965.
The Four Marys (trad. folk tune, arr. by Trude Rittman) Costumes by Stanley Simmons, scenery by Oliver Smith, lighting by Jan Rosenthal. First presented by American Ballet Theatre with Carmen de Lavallade, Judith Jamison, Oliver Quitman and Glory Van Scott at the New York State Theater, New York City, March 23, 1965.
Golden Age (Pitot after Rossini, arr. by Laurence Rosenthal). Costumes by Stanley Simmons, scenery by William and Jean Eckart, lighting by Jennifer Tipton. First presented by the Harkness Ballet at Clowes Hall, Indianapolis with Elisabeth Carroll, Susan Whelan, Claudia Corday, and Richard Wagner, October 26, 1967.
A Rose for Miss Emily (Hovhaness). Costumes by Stanley Simmons, scenery by A. Christina Giannini. First presented by the North Carolina School of the Arts with Gemze de Lappe and David Evans in Winston-Salem, October 25, 1970. First performed by American Ballet Theatre with Sallie Wilson and Gayle Young at City Center New York City. December 30, 1970.
Texas Fourth (Schmidt, plus trad. tunes, orchestrated by Hershy Kaye). Scenery by Oliver Smith, costumes by A. Christina Giannini, lighting by Nananne Porcher. First presented by the Agnes de Mille Heritage Dance Theatre at the North Carolina School of the Arts, Winston-Salem, April 1973. Presented by American Ballet Theatre with Dennis Nahat, William Carter, Rebecca Wright, Eric Nesbitt, George de la Pena, Buddy Balough, and Ruth Mayer in principal roles at the New York State Theater, New York City, July 8, 1976.
Summer (Schubert) Costumes by Agnes de Mille and E. Virginia Williams, lighting by Thomas Skelton. First presented by the Boston Ballet with Anamarie Sarazin, David Brown, Woytek Lowski, pianist David Baker, and singer David Arnold at the Music Hall, Boston, April 10, 1975.
A Bridegroom Called Death (Schubert) Costumes by Stanley Simmons, lighting by Thomas Skelton. Presented by the Joffrey Ballet with Denise Jackson, Gregory Huffman, and Burton Taylor at the 55th Street Theatre, New York City, November 1, 1978.
Inconsequentials (Schubert). Costumes by Santo Loquasto, lighting by Richard Moore. Presented by the Richmond Ballet with Maria Gisladottir and Jerry Schwender at the Mosque, Richmond, Virginia, October 25, 1981.
The Informer (Celtic songs, arr. by Marc Blitzstein, Martha Johnson, John Morris, Trude Rittman). Scenery and costumes by Santo Loquasto. Lighting by Jennifer Tipton. First presented by American Ballet Theatre with Victor Barbee, Johan [sic] Renvall, and Kathleen Moore at the Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles. March 15, 1988.
The Other (Schubert, to Poems by Goethe). Costumes by Santo Loquasto, lighting by Jennifer Tipton. First Presented by American Ballet Theatre with Amanda McKerrow, Victor Barbee, Roger Van Fleteren, singer Paul Rowe and pianist William Wolfram at the Kennedy Center Opera House, Washington, D.C., April 3, 1992.
"The Art of Ballet," 1956.
"The Art of Choreography," 1956.
"Lizzie Borden” 1957.
Bloomer Girl, 1956.
Gold Rush, 1958.
The Cherry Tree Carol, (trad., arr. by Trude Rittman). Costumes by Motley. Performed by the North Carolina School of the Arts, 1973.
The Bitter Weird, 1964.
"Conversations About the Dance, 1980.