Susan Stroman

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Birth Name: Susan Stroman
Born: 10/17/1954
Birth Place: Wilmington, Delaware, USA

Stroman's first big break came when director Scott Ellis hired her to choreograph the Off-Broadway revival of Kander and Ebb's "Flora, the Red Menace" (1987). Director Harold Prince saw her work and tapped her to provide the dances for his New York City opera production of "Don Giovanni". After reteaming with Ellis for both the New York City Opera's "A Little Night Music" (1990), telecast as part of "Live at Lincoln Center" (PBS), and the Kander and Ebb Off-Broadway review "And the World Goes 'Round" (1991), which she also co-conceived, she collaborated with director (and future husband) Mike Ockrent on "Crazy for You" (1992), winning her first Tony for Choreography. Stroman received an Emmy... Continue Bio >>

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