A story about the 8 time Tony Award-winning director, choreographer, and cinematographer Bob Fosse which focuses on some of the gray areas of his life and his self-destructive side. It highlights his ability to adapt for each new decade moving from stage, to film, to TV filling the space with artistic genius
From the seedy strip clubs of Chicago to the bright lights of Hollywood, award-winning director and choreographer Bob Fosse boozed, pill-popped and bed-hopped his way through life, all the while creating influential and original works such as Sweet Charity, All That Jazz, Pippin, Chicago and Cabaret. Witness the in-depth true story of the life of Bob Fosse, from his self-destructive side, to his ability to adapt for each new decade, filling the space with creative and artistic genius. Featuring interviews with Will Young (British singer-songwriter), Louise Redknapp (American singer-songwriter), Jason Solomons (British film critic), David Benedict (culture critic and broadcaster), including a specially recorded dance sequence in the style of Fosse. It’s Showtime Folks!