Larry Fuller’s Broadway choreographic works include Evita (he also did the original London production), Sweeney Todd, On the Twentieth Century, Merrily We Roll Along, A Doll’s Life and the American premiere of Kurt Weill’s Silver Lake, for the New York City Opera. Mr. Fuller both directed and choreographed the Off-Broadway musical Love, which won two Outer Critics Awards for Best Book and Best Musical Score, and a summer spectacular at Radio City Music Hall, Gotta Get Away. His nonmusical directorial credits include two New York Off-Broadway productions by Canadian playwright, Maxim Mazumdar, Oscar Remembered, at the Provincetown Playhouse and Invitation to the Dance, at American Theater of Actors. In Europe he directed and choreographed the first European productions of Candide, Girl Crazy and On the Town, along with four German productions of West Side Story. He worked on the films A Little Night Music, starring Elizabeth Taylor, and The Boarding School, starring Nastassja Kinski. At the Theatre An Der Wien, in Vienna, he created the highly successful dance evening, Jazz and the Dancing Americans, and for the London Festival Ballet, a classical piece entitled Humors of Man. Also in London he directed and choreographed the West End hits Marilyn, the Musical and Time. For Evita, Mr. Fuller received a Tony Award nomination for outstanding choreography, a Los Angeles Drama Critics Award for Distinguished Choreography, and two New York Critics Circle Awards for his work in Sweeney Todd and Evita and a New York Television Academy Award for choreographing Our American Musical Heritage series on WCBS-TV. He has twice staged and choreographed both the Tony and Emmy Awards, which were internationally telecast. Mr. Fuller’s credits also include the musical staging for the first national tour of Jekyll and Hyde, directing and choreographing three national tours of Evita, the world premiere of J.F.K. – A Musical Drama and On Your Toes with the Stuttgart Ballet.