It may be 40 years since Bob Fosse’s Dancin’ played its final performance at the Ambassador Theatre, but Bob Fosse’s presence is still felt in Broadway choreography including Chicago.
A Broadway revival of Bob Fosse's Dancin' is aiming for performances in the 2022-23 season. The production will be directed by Wayne Cilento, who appeared in the original Dancin' company in 1978.
Dancin' first opened at the Broadhurst Theatre in March 1978, nominated for seven Tony Awards. The production ran for 1,774 performances, playing its final show on Jun. 27, 1982 at the Ambassador Theatre.
Bob Fosse changed the face of Broadway choreography forevermore. He's won eight Tony Awards for choreography, including Damn Yankees, Redhead, Sweet Charity and The Pajama Game.
More details on Bob Fosse's Dancin' are to be announced at a later date.
Featuring an eclectic score that spans musical genres from classical to show tunes, from pop to rock, Dancin’ is Bob Fosse’s pulse-pounding tribute to the art of dance.