Jeffrey Hornaday
Film director, choreographer
Jeffrey Hornaday
Jeffrey Hornaday is an American choreographer and film director. Hornaday's choreography credits include the films Flashdance, A Chorus Line, Dick Tracy, D.C. Cab, Romancing the Stone, Tango & Cash, Life Stinks, Carlito's Way, Sweet Jane, and Neil Simon's The Marrying Man. He also choreographed the Michael Jackson film Captain EO featured at Disney theme parks, directed by Francis Ford Coppola and produced by George Lucas.
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ARTS, BRIEFLY; Barry Manilow Plans Return To Las Vegas
NYTimes - about 7 years
Step aside, Garth Brooks: you're about to face a little (friendly) competition in Las Vegas. On Tuesday Barry Manilow, below, announced that he had signed up for a two-year, 78-show residency at the Paris Las Vegas hotel. The show, to be produced by AEG Live, will open on March 5 at the hotel's Paris Théâtre and will be directed by Jeffrey
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Review/Film; A Period Piece In Search Of a Period
NYTimes - over 25 years
No one expects or wants John Travolta to go on playing the disco king forever, but who would have thought he'd turn into Dick Clark's evil twin? In the unintentionally silly "Shout," Mr. Travolta plays a music teacher in a small Texas town in the 1950's. You can tell he's cool: he smokes, he wears a black T-shirt, he plays the harmonica and he
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FILM: ATTENBOROUGH'S 'CHORUS LINE'
NYTimes - about 31 years
EVERYONE was convinced that ''Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?'' could never be tamed for the screen, but Mike Nichols turned it into a group triumph for himself, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. Though it was generally agreed that ''Hair'' would not work as a film, Milos Forman transformed it into one of the most original pieces of musical
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BROADWAY'S CLASSIC 'CHORUS LINE' MAKES
NYTimes - about 31 years
Turning a play into a movie is a little like translating a work of literature from one language to another. There are certain concepts, subtleties and innuendos that seem effortless in the original but are difficult to render in another idiom. So it was when ''A Chorus Line,'' that prize-winning, innovative, consummate piece of musical theater that
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AT THE MOVIES
NYTimes - about 31 years
THE process of finding a star for ''Young Sherlock Holmes'' wasn't quite as laborious as Holmesian detective work, but it wasn't easy. Several thousand young actors - the exact number varies, depending upon whom you ask - were auditioned for the film's leading roles, and as the ranks of potential Holmeses and Watsons thinned, the candidates were
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DISNEY GETS TOP NAMES FOR 3-D FILM
NYTimes - over 31 years
George Lucas, Francis Ford Coppola and Michael Jackson are, respectively, producing, directing and starring in a 3-D musical film that will be shown exclusively at Disneyland and Disney World. The production of the movie, which Disney was trying to keep secret, was the reason for Mr. Jackson's absence from the Live Aid concert 10 days ago. The 10-
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MOST OF CAST CHOSEN FOR 'CHORUS LINE' FILM
NYTimes - over 32 years
All but one of the 17 performers who will co-star as auditioning dancers in ''A Chorus Line: The Motion Picture'' were announced yesterday by the film version's director, Sir Richard Attenborough, and the choreographer, Jeffrey Hornaday. Five were in ''A Chorus Line'' on Broadway or on tour: Pam Klinger, Justin Ross, Matt West, Vicki Frederick and
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BROADWAY
NYTimes - about 33 years
Royal Shakespeare to play here after Olympics visit. THE very thought of the Royal Shakespeare Company's being in the United States this summer, but not in New York, has been enough to give local theatergoers an anxiety attack. The renowned British troupe is on the entertainment agenda for the Olympics in Los Angeles. Well, New Yorkers can now
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PITTSBURGH AND DANCE
NYTimes - almost 34 years
''FOXES,'' the first feature by Adrian Lyne, is best remembered for the distinctively dewy, tender look it gave to the pretty young girls in its cast. ''Flashdance,'' Mr. Lyne's second feature, wants to be a lot more. It wants to be about love and style and dancing and ambition, about how, as one character puts it, ''when you give up your dream,
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AT THE MOVIES; HOW 'DINER' FINALLY MADE IT IN NEW YORK
NYTimes - almost 35 years
IN the movie business, one of the oddest stories of recent memory concerns ''Diner,'' which opens today (for a review, see page C3). Based on writer-director Barry Levinson's memories of his young manhood in Baltimore (the year was 1959; Mr. Levinson and the friends who hung out with him eating greasy French fries and arguing about sex, sports,
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    FORTIES
  • 2011
    In 2011, Hornaday directed the Disney Channel original film Geek Charming starring Sarah Hyland and Matt Prokop.
    More Details Hide Details Hornaday attended Yale University.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 3110
    Hornaday conceived and directed Z Tour starring The White Stripes, No Doubt, Sheryl Crow, Puddle of Mudd, Train, Eve, Dashboard Confessional, 311, Devo, and Stone Temple Pilots for a Nissan national marketing campaign.
    More Details Hide Details Hornaday created specialized marketing campaigns for companies that include Sony, Intel, Lexus, Microsoft, Electronic Arts, Honda, and Nike. Hornaday was creative director for events featuring President Bill Clinton and President Barack Obama. As a film director, Hornaday helmed segments of the CBS Summer Playhouse and the ABC Afterschool Special series and the John Travolta feature Shout, in which he cast Gwyneth Paltrow in her first screen role.
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