Choreographer Warren Carlyle at opening night of 'Kiss Me Kate.' (Photo by Bruce Glikas/WireImage)
In “Bianca,” one of the many dance-centric numbers in “Kiss Me, Kate,” Corbin Bleu zips up and down the staircase, tapping every surface until his feet eventually touch the ceiling. Those moves, and the decision to go for the ceiling, came from the mind of choreographer Warren Carlyle, who is Tony nominated for his work on the show. Carlyle spoke with Broadway News about how he came up with new moves for the revised classic and how dance interacts with the gender politics in the show. Edited excerpts: Broadway News: How did you approach the choreography? Did you reference the…

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