Gene Kelly is one of the most engaging and influential dancers to ever set foot in Hollywood. Within a few years he had transformed not only the nature of male dancing but also the crucial role the camera played in making dance come alive on the big screen. Starting in the 1940s, Gene Kelly created dozens of classic numbers which helped to define the American movie musical and which continues to delight audiences of all ages around the world. This presentation will survey Kelly’s remarkable achievements and examine his enduring impact on Hollywood dancing.
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