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Boris Aronson (1898–1980)

Boris Aronson was born on October 15, 1898 in Kiev, Russian Empire. He is known for his work on The Ed Sullivan Show (1948), Pacific Overtures (1976) and The Nutcracker (1977). He was married to Lisa Jalowetz. He died on November 16, 1980. See full bio »


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Known For

The Ed Sullivan Show Art Department
Pacific Overtures Art Department
The Nutcracker Production Designer


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 1997 Breakfast with the Arts (TV Series) (set designer - 1 episode)
- The Nutcracker (1997) ... (set designer - archive footage)
 1976 Pacific Overtures (TV Movie) (set designer)
 1970 The Ed Sullivan Show (TV Series) (set designer - 1 episode)
- SALUTE TO RICHARD RODGERS broadcast from the Hollywood Bowl (1970) ... (set designer - segment "Zorba")
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 1977/I The Nutcracker (TV Movie)
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 1973 The 27th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special)
Self - Nominee

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Other Works:

He was set designer for the musical, "Company," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with George Chakiris (Robert); Elaine Stritch (Joanne), Louisa Flaningam, Robert Goss, Marian Hailey, Del Hinkley, Ann Johnson, Jane A. Johnston, Bobbi Jordan, Carolyn Kirsch, Gary Krawford, Bernie McInerney, Marti Stevens, and George ... See more »

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Only one of the stage musicals that he worked on with producer-director Harold Prince - "Pacific Overtures" - has been televised complete with the original Aronson set designs, and Aronson did not work on the film versions of these musicals. See more »

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