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#146 - Fosse and Verdon (Episode 1 feat. Skye Mattox) The Ensemblist

    • Performing Arts

This week, FX launched a new limited television series Fosse/Verdon, based on the 2013 biography by Sam Wasson with a focus on his marriage and collaboration with Gwen Verdon. This spring. The Ensemblist is speaking to some of the artists with Broadway cred who helped make the series possible.
In the first episode of the TV miniseries, we meet Fosse and Verdon on the set of the film version of Sweet Charity. The episode then transfers locations to Munich, Germany where Fosse and Verdon work together to turn Cabaret into one of the most seminila movie musicals in the history of film. Performing “Mein Herr” are a quartet of Broadway dancers including this episode’s guest, Skye Mattox.
Skye Mattox made her Broadway debut as replacement in the 2009 Broadway revival of West Side Story. Since then, she performed in Broadway’s revivals of On The Town and Carousel, the later for which she was nominated for a Chita Rivera Award. She’s also no stranger to bringing musical drama to the small screen: Skye and I first worked together during the winter 2013 on the second season of NBC’s Smash. Here’s our conversation.

This week, FX launched a new limited television series Fosse/Verdon, based on the 2013 biography by Sam Wasson with a focus on his marriage and collaboration with Gwen Verdon. This spring. The Ensemblist is speaking to some of the artists with Broadway cred who helped make the series possible.
In the first episode of the TV miniseries, we meet Fosse and Verdon on the set of the film version of Sweet Charity. The episode then transfers locations to Munich, Germany where Fosse and Verdon work together to turn Cabaret into one of the most seminila movie musicals in the history of film. Performing “Mein Herr” are a quartet of Broadway dancers including this episode’s guest, Skye Mattox.
Skye Mattox made her Broadway debut as replacement in the 2009 Broadway revival of West Side Story. Since then, she performed in Broadway’s revivals of On The Town and Carousel, the later for which she was nominated for a Chita Rivera Award. She’s also no stranger to bringing musical drama to the small screen: Skye and I first worked together during the winter 2013 on the second season of NBC’s Smash. Here’s our conversation.

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