b. Johanna Eckert, 3 March 1893, Worms, Germany, d. 3 November 1972, NEW YORK, NY, USA. An hugely talented choreographer, Holm became a Broadway achievement in the past due 40s and on through the 50s. In 1940 she done Cole Porter’s Kiss Me, Kate, after that on Out OF THE Globe (1950), My Darlin’ Aida (1952) as well as the Golden Apple (1954). In 1956 she attained great acclaim on her behalf dance staging for Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe’s My Good Lady; the next year identical acclaim greeted the London staging from the display. Another present in London’s Western world End which Holm proved helpful was Where’s Charley? (1958). She came back to NY to choreograph Christine (1960), that was unsuccessful, which same season she choreographed the effective Camelot. In 1965, Holm choreographed Anya, a flop, and shortly thereafter still left Broadway behind.