Ronald Hynd (born 22 April 1931) is an English choreographer, and in his youth was a ballet dancer.
Ballets Hynd has choreographed include The Merry Widow in 1975, and the ballet Charlotte Brontë for the Royal Ballet Touring Company in 1974. He recreated the nineteenth-century ballet Papillon in 1979 and created The Hunchback of Notre Dame ballet in 1988, both for the Houston Ballet. His version of The Nutcracker, produced by the London Festival Ballet in 1976, added a love story to the traditional tale by giving the heroine an older sister who falls in love with Dr. Drosselmeyer's nephew against her parents' wishes. He also choreographed for companies such as American Ballet Theatre, Ballet West, and Tulsa Theatre Ballet.
- Dean Speer & Francis Timlin, A Very Merry Couple Ronald Hynd and Annette Page talk about dancing, PNB and Merry Widow from Ballet-Dance magazine dated April 2005 online at ballet-dance.com, accessed 28 April 2012
- "Hynd, Ronald (22 Apr. 1931)", The Oxford Dictionary of Dance, Debra Craine and Judith Mackrell (eds), Oxford University Press. Published online January 2010 ISBN 978-0-19-172765-8.
- "Death and Entrances", The Oxford Dictionary of Dance, Debra Craine and Judith Mackrell (eds), Oxford University Press, p. 126. ISBN 9780199563449.
- , Dance: Houston Ballet's Papillon, by Anna Kisselgoff, The New York Times, April 10, 1981.
- , Houston Ballet to Present the RONALD HYND's The Merry Widow 9/19-29, September 4, 2013.
- , Jack Anderson, "DANCE VIEW: The Return of the Nutcracker, an Eternal Balletic Verity", The New York Times, November 20, 1986.
- , Pacific Northwest Ballet Press Release, December 14, 2009.
- Josef Weinberger: The Creation of The Merry Widow Ballet
- Ronald Hynd's oral history interview in the Rambert Archive
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