Agnes DeMille was a graduate of the University of
Southern California and was known as a contemporary choreographer
during her career. Agnes came from a long line of famous demille's,
Agnes was the daughter of William C. de Mille, granddaughter of Beatrice
DeMille, sister of Peggy George and niece of movie producer Cecil
B. De Mille.
She re-staged the "Black Crook" in Hoboken
N.J. in 1929. Worked with the Rambert Ballet, Joos Ballet, Ballet
Russe de Monte Carlo, Anthony Tudor's Ballets and Staged many dances
for him such as "Aristocrat" and had a role in "Dark
Was a guest artist and choreographer for the Ballet Theatre. DeMille
almost always appeared as a guest artist in most of her Films and
Plays and Ballets. Agnes won two Tony Awards as 'Best Choreographer'
in 1947 and 1962 and nominated in 1959.