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Ann Reinking. I'll take Ann Reinking over a ballerina any day.
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The Verdon Fosse Legacy LLC on Instagram: “Looking toward the weekend like..."Rich Man's Frug" from "Sweet Charity" (1969) with costumes by Edith Head”
1,285 Likes, 13 Comments - The Verdon Fosse Legacy LLC (@verdonfosselegacy) on Instagram: “Looking toward the weekend like..."Rich Man's Frug" from "Sweet Charity" (1969) with costumes by…”
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Bob Fosse is one of my favourite dancers and choreographers. His groundbreaking jazz steps are influenced by the cake- and the camel walk, historical perform...
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This summer in the books I’ve been reading – and let’s face it, in general – I’ve come across a bevvy of movies that have an important fashion aspect or influence on f…
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FX series ‘Fosse/Verdon’ gave the Supporting Actress Emmy nominee the chance to play her idol — and to return to her first love.
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From the ensembles of “Cabaret” and “Pippin,” she stepped into the role of Roxie Hart in “Chicago,” and the rest is Tony-winning history.
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"All That Jazz" (1979) - Bob Fosse's semi-autobiographical musical drama stars Roy Scheider and Jessica Lange.
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Shooting days run long. Actors can be divas. Making movies can be Hell. It's hard to fault directors for adopting an unstylish way of life. But they don't all amble around in sweats all day. Here, we salute the motion picture architects who toiled behind the lens with flair, from the debonair icons of cinema's golden age to the contemporary masterminds
When people think of the work of Bob Fosse, Broadway’s foremost choreographer-director in the 1960s and 1970s, what they are likely to see in their minds is a group of dancers, in bowler hats and white gloves, standing in a stiff configuration and bobbing up and down in a cool sort of way. The dancers may rotate their wrists or splay their fingers, but they don’t stick out too many parts of themselves at one time, and they generally don’t travel around the stage much. They are often dressed…
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