Bob fosse

Explore the extraordinary life and work of Bob Fosse, the iconic choreographer who revolutionized Broadway and Hollywood. Discover his signature style and timeless influence in the world of dance and entertainment.
Frank Russell Capra (born Francesco Rosario Capra; May 18, 1897 – September 3, 1991) was a Sicilian-born American film director. He immigrated to the U.S. when he was six, and eventually became a creative force behind major award-winning films during the 1930s and 1940s. His rags-to-riches story, having worked his way through college, has led film historians like Ian Freer to consider Capra the "American dream personified." Films, People, Classic Hollywood, Vintage, Portrait, Frank Capra, Thespians, Oscar, Director

Shooting days run long. Actors can be divas. Making movies can be Hell. It's hard to fault directors for adopting an unstylish way of life. But they don't all amble around in sweats all day. Here, we salute the motion picture architects who toiled behind the lens with flair, from the debonair icons of cinema's golden age to the contemporary masterminds

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"The Rich Man's Frug" by Bob Fosse: A Short Dance History Lesson — move your story People, Musicals, Films, Charny, Rich Kids, Actors, Rich Man, Sweet Charity, Rich Kids Of Instagram

"The Rich Man's Frug" from the Broadway musical Sweet Charity is my favorite Fosse number (Beyonce's too- she did a tribute to it in her "Get Me Bodied" music video). A quick crash course in Fosse's dance style: Fosse is known for his creative use of hats + gloves, funky body p

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Jolie Izenwasser