Who Won the 1965
Tony Awards Best Choreography

Jerome Robbins

("Fiddler On The Roof")

1964 Tony Awards Best Choreography Winner
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Don't Look Pretty! Staging a Feral Robbins Ballet at the Bolshoi

New York Times
Prickly and intense, this Jerome Robbins ballet concerns a female-dominated world where acts of violence are everyday occurrences. A Novice is born into an insect tribe, led by a Queen. Instinctively, the Novice knows what to do when a male intruder ...

1965 Tony Awards Best Choreography Winner Jerome Robbins News

Cincinnati Ballet Bets on Women Choreographers

http://www.dancemagazine.com/ (blog)
Look at the rest of the programming: master works by George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins, company premieres from Justin Peck and former Houston Ballet dancer Garrett Smith and a world premiere from SYTYCD favorite Travis Wall. By our count, that's ...

1965 Tony Awards Best Choreography Winner Jerome Robbins News

The best modern ballet of the Bolshoi Theater in cinemas worldwide

Russia Beyond the Headlines
For this one-time event, the Bolshoi will present three short pieces by American, Danish and Russian choreographers Jerome Robbins, Harald Lander, and Alexei Ratmansky. The Cage by Robbins, set on Igor Stravinsky's concerto in D, stages a swarm of ...

1965 Tony Awards Best Choreography Winner Jerome Robbins News

City Ballet takes on challenging works in 'Balanchine and Beyond'

The San Diego Union-Tribune
The delight of Jerome Robbins' “Afternoon of a Faun” is the stillness. Like Vaslav Nijinsky's 1912 ballet, Robbins' “Afternoon of a Faun” is set to Debussy but differs in setting and tone. Created for New York City Ballet in 1953, the duet captures ...

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