Who Won the 1963
Tony Awards Best Choreography

Bob Fosse

("Little Me")

1962 Tony Awards Best Choreography Winner
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1963 Tony Awards Best Choreography Winner Bob Fosse News

Sir Bruce Forsyth obituary: a TV presenter in a class of his own

The Guardian
Little Me, with a book by Neil Simon, songs by Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh, and choreography by Bob Fosse, involved Forsyth in seven roles and 29 costume changes as he played the various lovers of an old movie star, Belle Poitrine (Real Live Girl is ...

1963 Tony Awards Best Choreography Winner Bob Fosse News

Your Weekend in Film

Austin Chronicle
The Paramount screens 2001 the way Kubrick's groundbreaking monument was meant to be seen: in mind-boggling 70mm. Friday. It's showtime! AFS Cinema's Dark Musicals of Bob Fosse series concludes with the dazzling All That Jazz. Friday and Sunday.

1963 Tony Awards Best Choreography Winner Bob Fosse News

Artful 'Trevor the musical' ably explores middle-school miseries

Chicago Sun-Times
A natural performer, with all the directorial and choreographic instincts of a boyish Bob Fosse, Trevor has a passion for Diana Ross, who is more of a muse than an object of desire. And while he probably couldn't explain what “gay” means, he knows he ...

1963 Tony Awards Best Choreography Winner Bob Fosse News

Brandy Norwood Returns to Broadway Cast of Chicago

Playbill.com
With a book by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse, music by John Kander and lyrics by Ebb, Chicago is now the longest-running American musical in Broadway history. Produced by Barry and Fran Weissler, the revival is the winner of six 1997 Tony Awards including ...

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