|Bob Fosse (1927-1987) was a musical theatre choreographer and director. In the 1950s, he produced choreographies that were eclectic in their choice of genre: jazz, Charleston and the more traditional styles from Europe. Among his greatest successes as a choreographer were Cabaret (1972) with Liza Minnelli and Chicago (1975), which ran for two years non-stop on Broadway.
|Bob Foss also jointly choreographed Stanley Donen’s 1974 film version of The Little Prince and played the role of the snake.
The video link opposite features Foss’s performance: his costume and dance steps bear a remarkable resemblance to a certain Michael Jackson.
|Take a look at the video that compares Foss’s work with that of Michael Jackson.