“It’s showtime, folks!” That’s the refrain of chain-smoking, anxiety-ridden, ferociously driven choreographer and antihero, Joe Gideon – the center of Bob Fosse’s musical masterpiece, ALL THAT JAZZ. Celebrating its 40thanniversary this year, the Fellini-esque tragicomic musical was Fosse’s most auteur work to date when it was nominated for nine Academy Awards and won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival in 1980. Upon its release, the film garnered the admiration of director Stanley Kubrick, who reportedly called it “the best film I think I have ever seen.”
After the success of best-selling author Sam Wasson’s biography, Fosse, and the enthralling FX miniseries, Fosse/Verdon, now is the time to see ALL THAT JAZZ for the first time or for the 40th! Don’t miss this rare opportunity to experience this work of monumental cinema the way it was meant to be seen.