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(rŏb′ĭnz), Frederick Chapman 1916-2003.
American microbiologist. He shared a 1954 Nobel Prize for work on the cultivation of the polio virus.
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The Jerome Robbins Theater will have sophisticated visual, sound, and design elements.
The design of the Jerome Robbins Theater has focused on the experience of both performer and audience member and endeavors to enhance the relationship between the two, which is at the heart live performance" says Martin Kapell, architect for the space.
Despite her allegiance to City Ballet and her fruitful partnership with Jacques d'Amboise, her relationship with both Balanchine and the company's co-director, Jerome Robbins, was not without its moments of friction, causing her to return to Ballet Theatre for two seasons between 1953 and 1955.
Assembled by some of the American theater's most creative talents--concept by Jerome Robbins, music by Leonard Bernstein, book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green--On the Town is the rollicking 1944 story of three sailors and the women they romance while on 24-hour shore leave in New York City before being shipped off to war.
1958: This time it's the year of ``The Music Man,'' so ``West Side Story'' must be content with only two awards: Oliver Smith for scenic design and Jerome Robbins for choreography.
In 1989 when Charlotte d'Amboise appeared in Jerome Robbins Broadway, many of us noticed that Jacques' daughter was a smashing dancer and singer.
The Eos Orchestra will perform a suite from Dybbuk, Bernstein's 1974 ballet score for Jerome Robbins (one of the composer's rare flirtations with atonality), as well as his Plato-inspired Serenade (the closest he ever came to penning a concerto) and excerpts from the underrated Songfest.
I think Jerome Robbins has the most organic way of moving I've ever seen," Martin says thoughtfully.
Jerome Robbins wanted his dances to be more than just the steps.
Ansky's play about a bride possessed by a disembodied spirit, fascinated many choreographers, including Pearl Lang and Jerome Robbins.
From 1969-1977 Nichols headed the Jerome Robbins Film Archive, and from 1988-2005 she served as the dance division's curator.
For "Director's Choice," his inaugural program as Pacific Northwest Ballet's new artistic director, Peter Boal continued the company's tradition of presenting Balanchine works and matched them with ballets by Jerome Robbins and William Forsythe.