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In 1958, Jerome Robbins' "ballet in sneakers," became a smash hit and toured around the world. Shot on location in NYC with the New York City Ballet dancers, NY Export: Opus Jazz re-imagines the original ballet for a whole new generation. | Add synopsis »
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Directed by
Henry Joost 
Jody Lee Lipes 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jody Lee Lipes  screenplay

Produced by
Ellen Bar .... executive producer
Emily Blavatnik .... co-executive producer
Arlene C. Cooper .... co-executive producer
Chandra Jessee .... co-executive producer
Henry Joost .... associate producer
Kyle Martin .... producer
Melody C. Roscher .... producer
Ariel Schulman .... associate producer
Sean Suozzi .... executive producer
Original Music by
Robert Prince 
Aaron Severini 
Cinematography by
Jody Lee Lipes 
Film Editing by
Zachary Stuart-Pontier 
Production Design by
Ariel Schulman 
Art Direction by
John Furgason 
Costume Design by
Janicza Bravo 
Makeup Department
Jordan Bree Long .... makeup artist
Bridget Ritzinger .... hair and make up artist
Production Management
Garrett P. Fennelly .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Aaron Caiazza .... first assistant director
Anne Marie Dentici .... second assistant director
Andrew Geller .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Max Isaacson .... carpenter
Victoria Ramirez Fuller .... art department coordinator (as Victoria Ramirez)
Sound Department
Micah Bloomberg .... sound recordist
Shaun Brennan .... foley artist
Eric Gitelson .... sound editor
Eric Gitelson .... sound re-recording mixer
Jeff Seelye .... assistant sound editor
Camera and Electrical Department
Josh M. Allen .... gaffer
Joe Anderson .... camera operator
Joe Anderson .... still photographer
Suzanne Andrews .... set electrician
Justin Bennett .... best boy grip
Destin Douglas .... camera intern
David George Ellis .... steadicam operator
Alexander Engel .... additional key grip
Andrew Engert .... rigging electrician
Michael Fuchs .... additional steadicam operator
David Jacobson .... first assistant camera (as Dave Jacobson)
David Kavanaugh .... rigging electrician
Adam Lukens .... key rigging grip
Jeff Peixoto .... camera loader
Samantha Sa .... best boy electrician
Johnny Sousa .... second assistant camera
John Spicer .... additional grip
Elizabeth Stern .... grip
Matthew Walker .... key grip
Fletcher Wolfe .... electrician
Casey Wooden .... grip
Greta Zozula .... grip
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Gina Barbaro .... wardrobe assistant
Micaela Erlanger .... key costumer
Andrew Shore Kaminski .... wardrobe assistant
Caitlin Lux .... wardrobe assistant
Editorial Department
Sam Daley .... colorist
Patrick McGuinn .... project manager
Other crew
Jean-Raphael Ambron .... production coordinator
Chad J. Carbone .... production assistant
Amy Crowdis .... production office coordinator
Vince Gonzalez .... production accountant
Anna Rose Holmer .... director: documentary (as Anna Farrell)
Chris Massi .... production assistant
Brad Payne .... key production assistant
Matt Wolf .... director: documentary

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A treat for dance lovers, 8 October 2012
Author: Jimdandy160 from New York, NY

New York City Ballet dancers Ellen Bar and Sean Suozzi have created a very entertaining take on this classic mid-century Jerome Robbins ballet. Its musical inflection and choreography will remind you of "West Side Story" - and for good reason. The ballet premiered in 1958 in Spoleto, Italy. (This was the same year that the iconic musical premiered on Broadway.)

As someone whose aesthetic was majorly influenced by the glory years of City Ballet, when George Balanchine and Robbins were at the helm, seeing this one hour film staged all over New York City, in unusual locations, was a kick. You will even see the McCarren Park Pool in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, in all its decrepitude and before its recent reopening.

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