British dancer, choreographer, and artistic director. The founder of The Royal Ballet.
A director, writer, producer, and film distributor. The first African American woman to win Best Director at the Sundance Film Festival.
An award-winning singer, actress, director, composer, and philanthropist. The highest-selling female recording artist of all time and the most decorated recording artist in history.
A playwright, director, producer, and actress. The first woman in NYC to have a license to drive a motorcycle, the first woman in NYC to have a taxi driver’s license, and the first African-American actress to appear on National Television.
A patron of the arts, known as Denver’s First Lady of Opera.
A film, theater, and opera director, playwright, and costume designer. Best known for her Broadway production of “The Lion King.”
Film director, screenwriter, and producer. The director of the live-action adaptation of Mulan.
Pioneering film director, the only woman director during the “Golden Age” of Hollywood and the first woman to direct a sound film.