remarked in his journals and in interviews that he was always putting on and removing masks.
Vaill's is the third Robbins
biography to be published since his death in 1998 at age 79.
She recounts the legendary story of no one moving to help Robbins
after he tripped and fell into the orchestra pit during a rehearsal.
never forgets that her animals were living breathing beings before they were centers of discourse.
No matter how many news stories you may have read about hazing incidents, binge drinking, and "Greek" rituals, the details that Robbins
reports are often worse.
understands how the mainstream media intentionally serves up propaganda.
The list of prominent members of Skull and Bones is staggering, particularly given that, with only fifteen new members initiated each year, there are approximately eight hundred living members at any one time," Robbins
points out that the acid dissolves any lime (calcium carbonate) in the soil, making its calcium available for sodium substitution.
To honor Irv Robbins
invites ice cream lovers across the globe to keep Irv and his family in their thoughts and prayers and to honor his memory with 31 seconds of silence on Friday, May 9, 2008 at 3:31 p.
A dancer whom Robbins
relied on to experiment with his choreography, Castelli later became a valuable assistant to the choreographer, working with him on Jerome Robbins
' Broadway and traveling to the Paris Op6ra Ballet to stage Robbins
' works there.
I had a whole day of being evacuated, of running into the streets and being terrified like the rest of the world,'' recalls Hunt, who will co- star with Robbins
in the post-9/11-themed play ``The Guys'' opening this week.
In addition to MrOfficeSpace, Yale Robbins
publishes Office Buildings Magazines, The Cooperator, The Condo Sales Report, The Co-op and Condo Directory, Residential Construction: A Market Survey and The Official Directory of Co-op & Condo Services.
has Has starred in a couple of Robert Altman's films, and you can tell he learned a thing or two about the craft of directing.
Written and directed by Tim Robbins
* Starring Hank Azaria, Bill Murray, Cherry Jones, Joan Cusack, Vanessa Redgrave, and Susan Sarandon * Touchstone Pictures
WHAT A pleasure it is to read Deborah Jowitt's carefully balanced and sweetly calculated account of Jerome Robbins
(see "DM Recommends: Jerome Robbins
: His Life, His Theatre, His Dance," November, page 60), which takes its place, alongside the likes of Richard Buckle's Nijinsky, as one of the finest dance biographies of our time.