Monday, December 29, 2008


Neal Kenyon was a man of many talents: actor, dancer, singer, teacher and award-winning director and choreographer.

Neal Kenyon, 79, died Friday in Sarasota. He had suffered a stroke last year.

The former director of the FSU/Asolo Conservatory's graduate program in theater arts, who died Friday at 79, achieved acclaim early in his career.

At 39, he received the Drama Desk Award for directing and choreographing "Dames at Sea" off Broadway in 1968, starring a promising young talent named Bernadette Peters....

He also worked in television, directing the made-for-TV musical comedy "The Robber Bridegroom" in the late 1970s and the CBS soap opera "Search for Tomorrow."

Entire obituary, here.

1 comment:

chuck197007 said...

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