Bob Fosse was one of the most iconic Broadway choreographers of all time. He helped show that dance ability is extremely important in a musical theater career. While dance is one of my stronger suits, I still wish to continue improving my abilities in dance and tumbling, and possibly strengthening my ability as a choreographer.
Portrait of American dancer and choreographer Bob Fosse (1927 - 1987) as he sits on a folding chair in front of a mirror at the Broadway Arts Studio (1755 Broadway at 55th Street), New York, New York, January 30, 1980.
Bob Fosse, Debbie Reynolds, Bobbby Van and Barbara Ruick Dance and Sing in movie, "The Affairs of Dobie Gillis (1953). Fosse is in the sweater with the light socks. He might not have choreographed this number, but the man can dance!
Robert Louis “Bob” Fosse (June 23, 1927 – September 23, 1987) was an American actor, dancer, musical theater choreographer, director, screenwriter, film editor & film director. He won an unprecedented 8 Tony Awards for choreography, as well as one for direction. He was nominated for an Academy Award 4 times, winning as director for Cabaret. He was closely identified with his third wife, Broadway star Gwen Verdon. She was the dancer/collaborator/muse upon whom he choreographed much of his…