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Finale Recap: And All … That … Jazz
The curtain falls on
in an incident-packed finale that leaves us with a sense of “transformation
Nicole Fosse on Her Father, Her Mother, and Herself
The daughter of Broadway legends Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon opens up about reliving her “odd” childhood through a TV show.
give 'em the old razzle dazzle
How Michelle Williams Mastered (and Lost) Gwen Verdon’s Voice for
star walks us through the accent, the attitude, and pretending to act with “sliced” vocal cords.
Recap: That’s Good, Isn’t It?
The best episode of the series so far tells the story of
’s difficult birthing process, mostly through Gwen’s eyes.
Recap: A Nightly Brawl
A major piece of backstory gets clarified amid a batch of new tidbits about Bob’s working habits and psychological underpinnings.
Recap: Staggering Through the Thin and Thick
Gwen exerts her power at a party dominated by dudes, working hard to persuade Bob to do whatever Lola wants.
Norbert Leo Butz Loves Watching
’s Dancers Impress Movie Stars
“Seeing those uncelebrated, unacknowledged men and women who do Fosse choreography … For these actors to go, ‘I’m not worthy,’ it was really amazing.”
Recap: Some Men Are Heroes
An episode set during the most phenomenally successful year of Fosse’s career digs into unflattering truths about him and Verdon alike.
’s Characters Compare to Their Real-Life Counterparts
We’ve combed through
’s expansive cast to highlight the 15 real-life figures you need to know.
Recap: It Was a Fine Affair
A Gwen-centric episode puts the petty humiliations she suffers, both with Bob and on her own, into the larger context of her life and career.
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Favorite
Scenes Aren’t Musical
Surprisingly, it’s not the theater.
Recap: Recline Yourself, Resign Yourself
A jump back to Bob and Gwen’s first meeting explains not just how they fell in love but why they would spend so many years chasing that initial high.
Rebuilt the Sets of the Show’s Key Movies and Musicals
Production designer Alex DiGerlando walks us through the series’ film and stage re-creations, from
All That Jazz
Premiere Recap: Fun. Laughs. Good Time.
The story begins in the middle, at a key moment in Bob Fosse’s career, but nearly every moment of bracing insight involves Gwen Verdon.
Is Made for Hardcore Fans of Showbiz History
It’s hard to imagine more delectable bait for fans of Broadway and Hollywood tales.
A Guide to Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon’s Long, Knotty Relationship
jumps in time through the highs and lows of its central pair’s long working and personal relationship, so here’s a chronological guide.
Turned Fosse and Verdon’s Most Famous Work Into a TV Show
“It was never about picking a song-and-dance number. It’s instead following the emotional journey.”
Trailer: More Michelle Williams. Sam Rockwell. Jazz Hands.
You’re going to pop and squish over this one.
Michelle Williams and Julianne Moore on Their ‘Raw’
After the Wedding
“It was a little bit scary, and I think everyone was scared, especially the producers.”
Series Adds Aya Cash, Norbert Leo Butz, Paul Reiser, More Jazz Hands
They join Michelle Williams and Sam Rockwell.
Sam Rockwell and Michelle Williams To Star in FX Limited Series
Lin-Manuel Miranda will produce.