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Cynthia Onrubia

Cynthia Onrubia was born on January 27, 1962 in New York City, New York, USA. She is known for her work on Chicago (2002), Big Fish (2003) and Revolutionary Road (2008). See full bio »
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Filmography

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 2013 Labor Day (choreographer)
 2009 Away We Go (choreographer)
 2008 Revolutionary Road (choreographer)
 2008 Definitely, Maybe (choreographer - uncredited)
 2004 Connie and Carla (choreographer)
 2003 Big Fish (choreographer)
 2002 Chicago (associate choreographer) / (choreographer: Mr. Gere's tap steps created by)
 2002 Analyze That (choreographer)
 1999 Cradle Will Rock (associate choreographer)
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 2002 Chicago
Female Dancer / Female Ensemble
 1996 Everyone Says I Love You
Groucho Party Dancer
 1995 Victor/Victoria (TV Movie)
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 2004 Backstage with Connie and Carla (Video documentary short)
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Now works regularly as a choreographer; recreated "Jerome Robbins' Broadway" on tour and was associate choreographer and associate director/choreographer on the Broadway revivals of "Cabaret" and "Little Me". See more »
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Was the youngest dancer ever cast in A CHORUS LINE.

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Aquarius

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