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Wasson is the perfect biographer for Fosse.' Photograph: Christopher Thomond for the Guardian An author of detective fiction, Laura Lippman worked as a newspaper reporter for more than 20 years, during which time she began to write the Tess Monaghan
Anyone attempting to recreate the hyper-energetic dazzle of a Bob Fosse show certainly has big shoes to fill...The renowned writer, director and choreographer, the creative force behind such hits as "Chicago," "Damn Yankees" and "All That Jazz,"
I met Alan Cumming when Fred Ebb took me to see him in Cabaret in 1998...That was the second Broadway revival of Cabaret (the first was in 1987), and it was directed by Sam Mendes, with Rob Marshall doing the choreography. After opening at Henry
George Rowland White Performance Studio, 201 Wood St., Downtown. $18-20. Variety marks the Point Park University Conservatory Dance Company's annual faculty choreography production. The program, whose six works ranged in style and subject matter from
Her extraordinary record of achievement in musical theater speaks for itself. She was in the room when Jerome Robbins, Leonard Bernstein, and Stephen Sondheim were figuring out West Side Story and asked her to originate the essential character Anita.
When Little Me opened in November 1962, its major pluses were Sid Caesar, the Carolyn Leigh-Cy Coleman score and the rarely-miss Neil Simon gags. Revived at City Center this weekend in an Encores! staged reading (but with only one cast member relying
The Musical struts into Broadway Sacramento on Tuesday, in all of its blue-collar, leg-warmer, water-drenched glory. But don't dismiss this steelworking-girl-with-dancing-dreams story as just another stage remake of a popular movie. While the 1983
The Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire faced a few dilemmas when it came to creating a new production of the sexually charged 1966 Broadway musical classic "Cabaret." There's the question of which licensed stage script by Joe Masteroff to use (the
OF this possibly being a very good year, the great actor Stacy Keach certainly thinks it might be! In June, Stacy will play Falstaff in both parts of Shakespeare's "Henry IV" at the Shakespeare Theater in Washington DC. The kicker to this is Stacy
Death (Jessica Lange), he finds she's the one woman he can't bamboozle. That's a bamboozle, too, because as we learn in Sam Wasson's new biography, Fosse , even when this moment of truth arrives, it's just more show business. Fosse's remarkable body