Bob had a breakdown! Gwen sang! And even though the skies were gray, the cast was radiant in the wake of Judith’s passing in Fosse/Verdon Episode 5 “Where Am I Going?” Naturally, the people of Twitter had feelings about it:
Charlie Smith gave voice to what we’re all feeling every time Michell Williams walks onscreen:
If you love great acting, musical theatre, great writing & direction, you MUST watch #FosseVerdonFX Tues nights at 10. I do not have – there have NOT been invented – superlatives worthy of the performance Michelle Williams is delivering. Overused word, but: GENIUS – UNBELIEVABLE! pic.twitter.com/okjslzbwDG
— Charlie Smith SRST (@MIRACLECHARLIE) May 8, 2019
Director Luke Hereford evidently had his eyes on Nate Corddry’s, uh, performance as Neil Simon:
— Luke Hereford (@lukewhereford) May 8, 2019
Writer/director Amber Treadway reminded us that Gwen and Ann are more than fascinating characters:
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David Russell (Sia’s manager, y’all!) was torn up by Michelle singing this episode’s title song:
Michelle Williams as Gwen Verdon on #FosseVerdonFX – she just performed the most devastating version of “Where I Am Going?”. Speechless!!!
— David Russell (@17days) May 8, 2019
Film critic Rebecca Daniel reminded us of some other event television everyone is obsessed with right now:
Not to be dramatic or anything, but Fosse/Verdon is my Game of Thrones #FosseVerdonFX
— Rebecca Daniel (@beccasfilmblog) May 8, 2019
Friend of Metrosource and all around great guy) Seth Rudetsky texted Chita Rivera about it:
.@Lin_Manuel live tweeted #FosseVerdonFX & here’s my text to Chita & response!
👉Theater history; during the 1st week of CHICAGO rehearsal,Fosse had a heart attack at lunch. Chita had moved to NYC w/her daughter. Show’s cancelled.Chita’s friend said no choice but to go shopping pic.twitter.com/hl6HZVelM3
— Seth Rudetsky (@SethRudetsky) May 8, 2019
And Seth helped Lin-Manuel Miranda and company (including Difficult People star Julie Klausner) give us a grand finale as we look forward to Chicago on next week’s episode:
— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) May 8, 2019
Where are YOU going? See what Twitter had to say about Fosse/Verdon going “Full Pippin” in Episode 4.
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Last modified: May 9, 2019