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Kathleen Marshall

Date: Feb 09, 2004


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On February 9, 2004, Tony Award winning choreographer and director Kathleen Marshall sat down for a One-on-One Conversation with Ted Chapin, President and Executive Director of the Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization, at the Beckett Theatre. The discussion traced her meteoric rise from Broadway gypsy, to assisting her brother Rob Marshall on Kiss of the Spiderwoman, to winning a Tony award for her choreography for the Broadway revival of Wonderful Town. The following is a recording of this wonderful conversation.