Jerome Robbins Centennial Celebration

2018 is the year the world comes together to celebrate the centennial of Jerome Robbins (1918–1998). The Jerome Robbins Centennial is a global celebration of the 100th birthday of Jerome Robbins, the director and choreographer whose creative genius during the 20th century continues today.

Having created film, theater and dance that has resonated for generations, Robbins is rightfully regarded as a towering figure in American cultural history. Jerome Robbins’ legacy from the last century is assured and his influence is ongoing. During 2018, the Jerome Robbins Centennial will celebrate the life and career of the cultural giant with performances, screenings, events, exhibitions and discussions around the world.

On this page you will find links to help you discover these celebrations of Robbins’ artistic accomplishments throughout the year, in addition to news of Robbins Centennial events as they take place.


Jerome Robbins Centennial Events


Robbins 100

Robbins 100
3 WEEKS, 21 Ballets, 6 PROGRAMS, 2 WORLD PREMIERES
May 3, 2018

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Stuttgarter Ballett

Encounters
Choreographies by Jerome Robbins and John Cranko
January 13, 2018

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Miami City Ballet

All Robbins Program
January 12, 2018

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The Jerome Robbins Centennial Timeline

The Jerome Robbins Centennial Timeline is a year-to-year look at the significant events, experiences and passages in Jerome Robbins’ life and story.

As it evolves, the Timeline will detail each major event in Jerome Robbins’ life, along with related historical incidents. Arranged in chronological order, it provides a sequence of the important events that have taken place in the century since his birth. Laying out in linear fashion facts sometimes thought of as "insignificant" in other contexts, enables a correlation of the information in a more meaningful manner.

Come back often and enjoy this evolving glance at the happenings, performances, and occasions that took place during, and helped create, what was undoubtedly a golden age for theater and dance in America.