Timeline of Jerome Robbins' life (1950-1960's)

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  • Timeline of Jerome Robbins life (50-60's)
    • Collaborations
      • In the early 50's, he worked on musicals with high-profile songwriters: 'Call me Madam (1950)' by Irvin Berlin and Ethel Merman
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    • Influences
      • in 1948, Robbins joined Balanchine's NYC Ballet, as a dancer and choreographer, becoming associate artistic director in 1950.
        • He was praised for his performance in humorous works for his characterisation  in Balanchine's Prodigal Son (1929)
      • Robbins admitted to being a member of the Communist party (1944-1947) and named 8 party members. Many considered this as a dishonourable act.
      • New York City Ballet
        • Jones Beach with George Balanchine (1950)
        • The Cage (1951)
        • Pied Piper (1951)
        • Age of Anxiety (1950)
        • Ballade (1952)
        • Afternoon of a Faun (1953)
        • Fanfare (1953)
        • Quartet (1954)
        • The Concert (Or, the Perils of Everybody) (1956)
        • Dances af a Gathering (1969)
    • Works
      • Musicals (from mid 1950's)
        • Co-director of 'The Pajama Game' (1954)
        • Bells Are Ringing (1956)
        • Peter Pan (1954)
        • West Side Story (1961)
        • Gypsy (1959)
        • Fiddler on the Roof (1964)
      • Dances
        • The Cage (1951)
        • Afternoon of a Faun (1953)
        • The Concert (1956)
    • Career Development
      • in 1958 he formed his own company, Jeorme Robbins' Ballets: USA

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