Jerome Robbins In His Own Words
Jerome Robbins, in his own words and illustrated by current and archival performance footage, speaks to his choreographic process, including immersing himself in the score and bringing the best possible movements and storytelling out of the dancers that inspire him.
Christopher Wheeldon discusses his artistic process and development, and his love of choreographing works on dancers at New York City Ballet.
A look at Jerome Robbins' extraordinary body of work, bridging Broadway and ballet like no other choreographer before or since.
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