Kathleen Marshall

Kathleen Marshall is a Broadway choreographer and director who won wide acclaim for her 2003 production of Bernstein’s Wonderful Town. She was nominated for a Tony Award as Best Director for this show and won the award for Best Choreographer. In 2006 she directed and choreographed a highly acclaimed revival of The Pajama Game, starring Harry Connick Jr., for which she won another Tony as Best Choreographer. Among her other Broadway productions areLittle Shop of HorrorsFolliesSeussicalKiss Me, Kate (1999 revival); Ring Around the Moon1776 (1995 revival); and Swinging on a Star.

In this interview from October 14, 2006, Kathleen Marshall discusses her creative process and role as a Broadway choreographer and director.

This interview and transcript are available for in-library use. To arrange for access, contact Kerry Masteller.

[Biographical information from the "Leonard Bernstein: Boston to Broadway" Festival Program Book]