Tony Nominees: Choreographer

Tony Awards   Tony Nominees: Choreographer
Best Choreography


Graciela Daniele, Chronicle of a Death Foretold
Ms. Daniele received Tony Award nominations for her choreography work in The Goodbye Girl, Once on This Island, Dangerous Games, The Rink, The Mystery of Edwin Drood and The Pirates of Penzance. She received a Drama Desk nomination for Hello Again. Ms. Daniele conceived, directed and choreographed Tango Aspasionado. She has also worked at numerous regional theatres and for opera and dance companies. She is the Director-in-Residence at Lincoln Center Theater.

Best Choreography


Graciela Daniele, Chronicle of a Death Foretold
Ms. Daniele received Tony Award nominations for her choreography work in The Goodbye Girl, Once on This Island, Dangerous Games, The Rink, The Mystery of Edwin Drood and The Pirates of Penzance. She received a Drama Desk nomination for Hello Again. Ms. Daniele conceived, directed and choreographed Tango Aspasionado. She has also worked at numerous regional theatres and for opera and dance companies. She is the Director-in-Residence at Lincoln Center Theater.

Savion Glover, Bring In 'Da Noise, Bring In 'Da Funk
Mr. Glover made his Broadway debut in The Tap Dance Kid. His other Broadway credits include Jelly's Last Jam and Black and Blue, for which he received a Tony Award nomination. He co-starred in the film Tap with Gregory Hines and Sammy Davis, Jr. and has appeared on television in "Dance in America: Tap!" Mr. Glover won the 1996 Dance Magazine's Choreographer of the Year Award and is a recipient of an Endowment Grant for Choreography from the NEA.

Susan Stroman, Big, The Musical
Ms. Stroman won the 1994 Tony and Outer Critics' Circle awards for Show Boat and, in 1992, won the Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics' Circle and Olivier awards for Crazy for You. She received an Outer Critics' Circle award for And the World Goes 'Round. Her work has been seen at the New York City Opera and on television. Ms. Stroman is the 1995 recipient of the Astaire Award.

Marlies Yearby, Rent
Ms. Yearby is the founder/Artistic Director of Movin' Spirits Dance Theater. Her dance commissions include work for the American Music Theatre Festival, National Black Arts Festival, En Garde Arts, Lincoln Center, Jacob's Pillow and Performance Space 122. Ms. Yearby received the 1995 New York Dance and Performance Award for her choreography in Lisa Jones' and Alva Roger's Stained.

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