Well, Fosse/Verdon promised to go full “Pippin” this week, and they delivered. Here’s how the show’s fans and creators are flipping out over Season One Episode Four – “Glory”:
Musician extraordinaire Alex Lacamoire explains this episode’s disturbing lack of Liza with a Z:
When we said we were going full PIPPIN, we were not joking #FosseVerdonFX
— Alex Lacamoire (@LacketyLac) May 1, 2019
We feel you, Randy. We would have loved to see your Ann, as well:
I love how I wasn’t even seen for this episode of #FosseVerdonFX when everyone knows I’ve had a solid Ann Reinking impression under my belt since 1996. Fuck show business.
— Randy Rainbow (@RandyRainbow) May 1, 2019
Writer Greg Brian mistook Fosse’s depressive breakdown for a heart attack – but it’s still interesting to note that his health problems had already begun:
Didn't realize Fosse had his heart attack already before he even did "Chicago." Success comes at you at 150 mph sometimes, and you have to recoup. Then again, everything was moving too fast in America, 1973. #FosseVerdonFX
— Greg Brian (@Gregoriancant) May 1, 2019
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Tonight’s episode reminded writer and producer Forrest Satchell of the Fosse’s famous pseudo-autobiography:
— Forrest Satchell (@EnchantdForrest) May 1, 2019
Musical theater teacher and web series creator Emily Clark pretty much summed up the internet’s reaction to the episode’s grand finale:
The finale of Pippin as the finale of episode 4. Holy god. Glory indeed. #fosseverdonfx
— Emily Clark (@emilyabclark) May 1, 2019
And then our beloved Lin-Manuel went right back to work:
— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) May 1, 2019
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Last modified: July 31, 2019