- TV commercial for Merck (2003)
- (May 2004) : Choreographed "Caroline, or Change" musical by Tony Kushner and Jeanine Tesori (Eugene O'Neill Theater, New York City, New York, USA).
- (1967) Stage Play: Hallelujah, Baby! Musical. Music by Jule Styne. Lyrics by Adolph Green and Betty Comden. Book by Arthur Laurents. Musical Director: Buster Davis. Vocal arrangements by Buster Davis. Music orchestrated by Peter Matz. Dance arrangements by Luther Henderson. Choreographed by Kevin Carlisle. Scenic Design by William Eckart and Jean Eckart. Directed by Burt Shevelove. Martin Beck Theatre: 26 Apr 1967- 13 Jan 1968 (293 performances + 22 previews that began on 6 Apr 1967). Cast: Allen Case (as "Harvey"), Robert Hooks (as "Clem"), Leslie Uggams (as "Georgina"), Lou Angel (as "Calhoun"), Chad Dee Block (as "Bouncer"), Hope Clarke (as "Maid/Ensemble"), Marilyn Cooper (as "Mrs. Charles/Mistress/Ethel/Dorothy"), Carol Flemming (as "Princess"), Frank Hamilton (as "Mister Charles/Timmy"), Lillian Hayman (as "Momma"), Winston DeWitt (as "Hemsley Tip/G.I."), Justin McDonough (as "Captain Yankee/Ensemble"), Saundra McPherson (as "Cutie"), Garrett Morris (as "Prover/Ensemble") [Broadway debut], Michele Murray (as "Cutie"), Alan Peterson (as "Director"), Ann Rachel (as "Brenda"), Barbara Sharma (as "Mary"), Don Strong (as "Sugar Daddy/Master"), Bud Vest (as "Prince/Ensemble"), Alan Weeks (as "Prover/Tap/G.I."), Standby: Norma Donaldson (as "Georgina"). Understudy: Justin McDonough (as "Harvey"). Replacement actors: Clifford Allen (as "Ensemble/G.I./Prover"), Lou Angel (as "Ensemble"), Judith Austin (as "Ensemble"), Michael Beirne (as "Captain Yankee/Ensemble"), Chad Dee Block (as "Ensemble/Official"), Carol Flemming (as "Ensemble"), Lee Hooper (as "Ensemble"), Bernard Johnson (as "Ensemble/G.I./Tip"), Louis Johnson (as "Ensemble"), Carolyn Kirsch (as "Ensemble"), Saundra McPherson (as "Ensemble/Maid"), Gerrianne Raphael (as "Dorothy/Ethel/Mistress/Mrs. Charles"), Larry Roquemore (as "Ensemble/Prince"), Kenneth Scott (as "Ensemble/G.I./Prover"), Don Strong (as "Ensemble"), Ella Thompson (as "Ensemble"), Billy Dee Williams (as "Clem"). Standbys: Lincoln Kilpatrick (as "Clem"), Lu Parks (as "Momma"), Freda Payne (as "Georgina"). Understudies: Michael Beirne (as "Harvey"), Carol Flemming (as "Ethel"), Louis Johnson (as "Tap/Tip"), Suzanne Rogers (as "Mary"). Produced by Albert W. Selden, Hal James, Jane C. Nussbaum and Harry Rigby.
- (April 24 to June 19, 1988) She choreographed George C. Wolfe's play, "The Colored Museum," at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Loretta Devine, Tommy Hollis, Reggie Montgomery, Vickilyn Reynolds, Ranisha Sanford and Danitra Vance in the cast. L. Kenneth Richardson was director. Brian Martin was scenic designer. Victor En Yu Tan was lighting designer. Nancy L. Konrardy was costume designer. Kysia Bostic was composer. Anton Nelessen was slide designer.
- (February 24 to April 21, 1991) She choreographed the musical, "Jelly's Last Jam," in a world premiere at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Obba Babatunde and Keith David in the cast. George C. Wolfe wrote the book. Jelly Roll Morton was composer. Luther Henderson was musical adapter and additional composer. Susan Birkenhead was lyricist. George C. Wolfe was also director. Linda Twine was musical director. James F. Ingalls was lighting designer. George Tsypin was scenic designer. Toni-Leslie James was costume designer. Jon Gottlieb was sound designer.