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Director Graciela Daniele will rework Fosse’s original choreography from the hit revue to create “Bob Fosse’s Dancin,’” with creative input from Fosse’s daughter, Nicole. Performances will begin in the fall at Broadway’s Studio 54.
It will be the first production of “Dancin’” since its original 1978 run, which earned Fosse a Tony for best choreography. He died in 1987.
The Laura Pels Theater, the Roundabout’s off-Broadway space, will also host “Sons of the Prophet” in the fall by Karam, who also wrote “Speech & Debate,” and John Osborne’s play “Look Back in Anger” in winter 2012.
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