Bob Fosse had trouble in the editing room, and Gwen Verdon had trouble with rehearsal. But Twitter was having no trouble expressing itself over Fosse/Verdon Episode 3, “Me and My Baby”:
Legendary entertainer Debbie Allen is getting flashbacks to working with Gwen Verdon:
— Debbie Allen (@msdebbieallen) April 23, 2019
Michael McClain is already handicapping the Emmys:
Amy Adams watches Michelle Williams replicate Gwen Verdon’s rapturous curtain call during CAN-CAN on tonight’s episode of #FosseVerdon, takes a sip of vodka…the space she’s reserved on her shelf for an Emmy slowly fading into obscurity…
— Michael McClain (@michaeldmcclain) April 24, 2019
Theater lover Kevin Daly has drawn some meta conclusions from the show so far:
So far, the lesson of #FosseVerdon is that Gwen Verdon deserved an Oscar for ‘Cabaret’ and sainthood for putting up with Bob.
— Kevin Daly (@kevinddaly) April 24, 2019
Animator and YouTuber Lena was unsettled by one of the night’s most emotional moments:
— Lena🏳️🌈 (@Shin_Cromartie) April 24, 2019
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Benjamin Maio Mackay
Director and performer Benjamin Maio Mackay says theater people not watching Fosse/Verdon are probably doing it wrong:
— Benjamin Maio Mackay (@BenjaminMM_) April 24, 2019
Writer Greg Brian is looking forward to another of Fosse’s leading ladies:
So next week we'll see Fosse meet Ann Reinking when directing "Pippin." Now we're entering #FosseVerdon's most creative phase. Maybe it'll get meta and show Michael Jackson learning Fosse's moves in "The Little Prince" by Ep. 5.
— Greg Brian (@Gregoriancant) April 24, 2019
And – after hosting Natalie Walker, Julia Murney and Patti Murin (fresh from performing in Broadway’s Frozen) for this week’s watch party – our beloved Lin-Manuel Miranda promises one of his longtime collaborators will join him next week:
Thank you for watching with us tonight: thanks in advance for watching when you watch it!
— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) April 24, 2019
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Last modified: April 24, 2019