Jerome Robbins: Something to Dance About
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Jerome Robbins: Something to Dance About
From his early choreographic efforts in the 1930s and 1940s, through his groundbreaking work on such musicals as +West Side Story and +Fiddler on the Roof, Jerome Robbins reigned as one of the crown princes of Broadway. As narrated by Ron Rifkin, this biographical documentary takes a long and detailed look back at Robbins's life and career, and explores the myriad of ways in which he expanded the possibilities of the post-war stage musical. It combines archival footage of Robbins performing, recitations from his own private journals, and interviews with a number of his collaborators… More