I am not sure where Beauty and the Beast comes from?
here is what the NYPLibrary for the Perf. Arts dance divison lists of the ballet's beginnings:
Beauty and the beast : Original title: Alen'kii tsvetochek. Chor: Nikolai Legat; mus: Thomas Hartmann; lib: Pavel Marzhetzkii after the story by Sergei Aksakov; scen: Konstantin Korovin. First perf: St. Petersburg, Maryinsky Theater, Dec 16, 1907 (O.S.).
RED FLOWER was the original title of the work (see: "Alen'kii tsvetochek" "Red Flower" in Russian i believe, above).
It would seem also that the work was given at Moscow's Bolshoi Theatre subsequently - at one point i posted a scan of Geltser and Tikhomirov in the ballet from Moscow.
Still, as noted, i'm unsure about just what your query means.
The Little Red Flower was a large scale ballet in 5 acts and 8 scenes first performed at the Maryinsky Theatre on 16/12/07. The starry cast included: Pavel Gerdt, Anna Pavlova, Vera Trefilova, Olga Preobrazenskaya, Mikhail Fokine, Leonid Leontiev and Alexander Bulgakov. There appears to have been an interpolated pas de deux called "Reverie" for Mathilde Kschessinskay and Nikolai Legat."
Legat staged the ballet at the Bolshoi in 1911 with Geltzer and Tikhhomirov.
The ballet was also staged in Novosibirsk in 1949, at the Rizhsky Theatre(Moscow?) 1951 and in Tashkent in 1955.
This does at least suggest there are scores of the ballet in Russia.