All That Jazz – Review


Behind the glamour that one imagines inside of working in the entertainment industry, there’s that miserable soul behind it all who essentially works himself to death. A metaphor representing director Bob Fosse, who notably was staging Chicago yet editing his Academy Award-nominated Lenny at the same time, Fosse’s semi-autobiographical tale, All That Jazz, is not only a picture of the experience in show business, but it is also one of the most, if not the most innovative musicals of its very own kind – such a wonder only comes once in a lifetime it is merely unbelievable. Continue reading →