1943 – Born on the 8th of April in Buffalo, New York. American musical theater director, choreographer, and dancer.
1961 – Appeared in Broadway career as a dancer in Betty Comden-Adolph Green-Jule Styne musical Subways Are For Sleeping.
1963 – He appeared in Meredith Willson’s Here’s Love and the short-lived Bajour.
1966 – Bennett made his choreographic debut with A Joyful Noise, which lasted only twelve performances.
1967 – Another failure, Henry, Sweet Henry (based on the Peter Sellers film The World of Henry Orient).
1975 – Co-wrote musical "A Chorus Line" (Pulitzer Prize for drama 1976).
1968 – Promises, Promises, an adaptation of the film The Apartment.
1987 – He died on 2nd of July in Tucson, Arizon from complications of AIDS.