Dancin' (Mar 1982) by Bob Fosse. MaryAnn Neu - Ambassador Theatre
Dancin' is a musical revue first produced in 1978, directed and choreographed by Bob Fosse, who won a Tony Award for the choreography. The show is a tribute to the art of dance, and the music is a collection of mostly American songs, many with a dance theme from a wide variety of styles, from operetta to jazz to classical to marches to pop. In his New York Times review, Richard Eder writes the show is designed to be a musical show — there is no story line. He states that Ann Reinking is clearly the star and she is at her best in the high point of the evening, "Benny's Number", which recreates Benny Goodman and his band using "Sing, Sing, Sing". He also mentions several other dances, such as "Dancin' Man", with the entire cast dressed in "ice-cream" suits and lavender shirts; and "Fourteen Feet", where the shoes are nailed to the floor, and the dancers proceed to move within those confines. He sums up by writing "precision and style mark the evening at its best", but they serve very little. Dancin' (Mar 1982) Directed & Choreographed by Bob Fosse. MaryAnn Neu, Spence Ford - Ambassador Theatre.
Dancin' (Dance) by Bob Fosse. MaryAnn Neu - Ambassador Theatre
Playbill / Program Date March 1982
Run: Mar 27, 1978 - Jun 27, 1982
Size 135 x 215 mm 82 Pages Lots of Cast and Show Info
Condition: Used Good (small marks on cover) Included 2 tickets to Mar 16 1982 performance 7/10
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