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Jerome Robbins: Something to Dance About

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Examines the life of the controversial master of the Broadway musical and ballet choreographer Jerome Robbins. Features excerpts from Robbins' work, including never-before-seen rehearsal footage, and interviews with Mikhail Baryshnikov, Jacques d'Amboise, Suzanne Farrell, Arthur Laurents, Peter Martins, Frank Rich, Chita Rivera, Stephen Sondheim, Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick, Joseph Stein, and others.
DVD
2009; 2008
Clemons (Stacks)
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Bob Fosse [electronic resource]: Dancing on the Edge

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Career of the legendary choreographer who gave the world "The Pajama Game", "Sweet Charity", and "Cabaret". But behind the scenes, Fosse was a tortured, addictive genius who had a grim fascination with death. Features interviews with some of the stars with whom he worked, including Ann Reinking, Gwen Verdon, and Liza Minnelli.
Online
1999
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Bessie: A Portrait of Bessie Schönberg

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Documentary on Bessie Schönberg (1906-1997), a renowned and beloved teacher and mentor of choreography. Tributes by Merce Cunningham, Jerome Robbins, Allan Gurganus, Patricia Bosworth and Meredith Monk, presented at a birthday celebration at the Dance Collection of The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts in 1995, are interspersed with Schönberg's own reminiscences of her life and work, including her friendship with Martha Hill and her performing career with Martha Graham, which was cut short by a knee injury. Schönberg is also seen working with young choreographers at The Juilliard School, Dance Theater Workshop, and Jacob's Pillow, and observing and commenting upon works by Victoria Marks, Ronald Brown, Claire Porter and Meredith Monk. Dance excerpts include Marks's Back [...]
Online
1998