Dorfman wins Lortel Award for ‘Indecent’ choreography

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David Dorfman, who is chair of the Connecticut College dance department, won the Lucille Lortel Award for outstanding choreographer for his work in “Indecent.” The winners were announced during a ceremony Sunday at the NYU Skirball Center.

The Lortel Awards honor outstanding achievement off-Broadway. Dorfman’s nod was for the off-Broadway production of “Indecent” that ran in 2016 at the Vineyard Theatre in New York City. “Indecent” is now on Broadway, and it was recently nominated for several Tony Awards including best play.




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