Jerome Robbins

Jerome Robbins: Something to Dance About

Q & A with Producer/Director Judy Kinberg

Judy Kinberg With unlimited access to Jerome Robbins’ personal archive and performance library, Emmy-Award-winning producer/director Judy Kinberg captures a multi-faceted portrait of the complex mid-century master. Robbins’ life and works touch upon the larger issues of 20th century American culture, from the evolution of musical theater and the development of American ballet to the aspirations […]

Jerome Robbins: Something to Dance About

About the Artist

Written by Robbins biographer Amanda Vaill Photo by Jess Gerstein copyright The Robbins Rights Trust Jerome Wilson Rabinowitz was born in New York on October 11, 1918 and raised in Weehawken, New Jersey. Deprived of a college education by the Depression, he began his career as a dancer in the experimental troupe of Gluck Sandor. […]

Jerome Robbins: Something to Dance About

Something to Dance About

He was a master of the Broadway musical and one of the greatest ballet choreographers this country has ever produced.