Bob Fosse  "His dances were sexual, physically demanding of even the most highly trained dancers."

Bob Fosse

Bob Fosse was the creator of musical theater choreography. He was the icon for "Jazz Hands". He choreographed shows such as Cabaret,Chicago,Sweet Charity, Damn Yankees, and many many more.

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.

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.

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.

Portrait of American dancer and choreographer Bob Fosse - as he sits on a folding chair in front of a mirror at the Broadway Arts Studio Broadway at Street), New York, New York, January

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Your Fairy Godfather’s Guide to Bob Fosse’s "Rich Man’s Frug" from "Sweet Charity"

Fosse -- my first B'way show (actually seen on B'way). It was a compendium of the most famous numbers choreographed by Bob Fosse.

There are shortcuts to happiness and dancing is one of them.  Check out the jazz technique.

From the one and only, brilliant musical theater jazz choreographer Bob Fosse

Great photo of two of the Greatest;)   Dustin Hoffman and Bob Fosse, Miami, 1981

Director Bob Fosse and Dustin Hoffman on the set of Lenny, 1974 -Photo by Steve Schapiro

"Don't dance for the audience; dance for yourself." - Bob Fosse

The cast of the Fosse National Tour perform the "Rich Man's Frug" from Sweet Charity

Photo] #tbt Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon in Damn Y ... | Veooz 360

Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon in “Who’s Got the Pain” from "Damn Yankees!" Photo Courtesy of Dance Magazine archives

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