Ann Reinking on the Life as Bob Fosse’s Muse, Lover, and buddy

Ann Reinking on the Life as Bob Fosse’s Muse, Lover, and buddy

A spoiler alert for her own life story, but I didn’t want to ruin “Fosse/Verdon” for Ann Reinking it’s an odd feeling to give someone. At the time of the other day, the veteran dancer hadn’t trapped with all the FX miniseries, featuring Sam Rockwell since the louche director-choreographer Bob Fosse and Michelle Williams given that Broadway celebrity Gwen Verdon. The show, that is centered on Sam Wasson’s biography that is fizzy charts the few through the turbulent nineteen-seventies, when their marriage split up even as his or her renowned collaboration persisted. While Fosse honed his glitter-and-doom aesthetic on Broadway (“Pippin, ” “Chicago”) as well as on movie (“Cabaret, ” “All That Jazz”)—an incredible run punctuated by stressed breakdowns and heart attacks—Verdon raised their child, Nicole, played creative swami whenever Fosse had been obstructed, and attempted to restore her own thwarted career. Continue reading “Ann Reinking on the Life as Bob Fosse’s Muse, Lover, and buddy”