Go Behind the Scenes of FX's Fosse/Verdon | Playbill

Video Go Behind the Scenes of FX's Fosse/Verdon Following the finale, the network offers a look at the cinematography, set design, and choreography of the limited series.

Fans of Fosse/Verdon yearning for more after the show's finale earlier are in luck, as FX has released a series of behind-the-scenes videos.

The three brief clips look at the show's production style, movement, and the relationship between Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon depicted throughout the series.

In the choreography video, director Thomas Kail, Sam Rockwell, The Verdon Fosse Legacy instructors and others chime in on the show’s distinctive Fosse dances. "It was really essential to us that any work referenced or was from Cabaret, or Sweet Charity, or Pippin felt like the real thing," said Kail. Watch the clip above.

Speaking on set design, Alex Digerlando said, "Prior to 1970, these plays were not recorded, so we have to do a lot of detective work to dig up images where we can, but also just written descriptions of some of these sets and piece together what it would've been." Watch the clip below, which also includes insights into the camera work by Tim Ives.

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