Who Won the 1968
Tony Awards Best Choreography

Gower Champion

("The Happy Time")

1967 Tony Awards Best Choreography Winner
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The music never ends for Broadway actress Susan Watson

Greensburg Daily News
Director/choreographer Gower Champion offered her the role of Kim MacAfee in the Broadway production of “Bye Bye Birdie” which opened in 1960. When casting calls were made for the 1963 movie version, Watson traveled to LA for an audition. “I lost out ...

1968 Tony Awards Best Choreography Winner Gower Champion News

Broadway Review: 1940s-Style 'Bandstand' Has A Blindspot

Deadline
This show situates him firmly in the thin-air pantheon of director-choreographers that includes Michael Bennett, Tommy Tune and Susan Stroman (and before them, Bob Fosse, Gower Champion, Jerome Robbins and Michael Kidd). The movement in ...

1968 Tony Awards Best Choreography Winner Gower Champion News

Divine Miss M reminds us of the star she remains in revival of classic musical – making it a must-see event

RollingStone.com
The still-bright potency of Jerry Herman's music and lyrics, the pulsating energy of Jerry Zak's direction, the dazzle of Santo Loquasto's sets and costumes, the high spirits of Warren Carlyle's dances that echo Gower Champion's original choreography ...



1968 Tony Awards Best Choreography Winner Gower Champion News

42nd Street: The musical coming back a star

The Stage
42nd Street went on to confound the naysayers by scoring on Broadway and in the West End, but even in the team's hour of triumph, the untimely death of director Champion on the very day of the Broadway opening night cast an understandable pall over ...

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