Celebrate late choreographer Jerome Robbins’ 100th birthday with a performance and fascinating Salon about his life! More…
Join fellow Show-Score members and Jerome Robbins-enthusiasts aboard the historic aircraft carrier “Intrepid” for a very special event celebrating the life of the landmark choreographer on his 100th birthday.
The event, as part of the Intrepid’s season of programming, will begin on the flight deck with a live performance from “On the Town,” staged for this special setting by Joshua Bergasse, the Tony Award–winning choreographer of the 2014 Broadway revival. The performance is followed by a panel chock-full of experts, including the daughter of renowned lyricist Adolph Green and a member of the original cast of “West Side Story”!
The event will explore Robbins’s enduring legacy through anecdotal stories, archival film footage, and live dance, and will highlight how his choreography brought the sensibility of the streets alive on the stage.
See it if Love Robbins' choreography & want to hear dancers and biographers share their insights/stories re the impact of his work & working with him.
Don't see it if Seeing combo of live performance w professional dancers in specific & perfect venue PLUS a moderated panel w film clips doesn't appeal.
See it if A delight to be standing on the deck of the Intrepid eye to eye with Tony Yazbeck & Co as they & a troupe of talented dancers perform iconic
Don't see it if opening to On The Town & then be treated to interviews with interpreters of Jerome Robbins' works. If it comes around again, see it!
See it if you wax nostalgic on shows choreographed by Jerome Robbins. The opening song "On The Town" performed on the deck of the Intrepid was magical
Don't see it if a panel of experts, current and former actor/dancers, & choreographer discussing Robbins' techniques genius is not of interest to you.
Also The opening was terrific! I wish there was more!
See it if you are interested in the works of Jerome Robbins. Brief dancing scene from On The Town was delightful.
Don't see it if As interesting as the discussion was, the host was difficult to understand. The other panelists were very informative and entertaining.
See it if You enjoy Jerome Robbins and want to know more about his work. It is much more of a question and answer than seeing his work in action.
Don't see it if You bore easily and want to be entertained rather than informed.