Before Fosse/Verdon premieres April 9, FX offers a longer inside look at the limited series.
Featuring scenes, songs, and new interviews with stars Sam Rockwell and Michelle Williams (who play Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon, respectively), plus showrunner Steven Levenson (Dear Evan Hansen) and director Thomas Kail (Hamilton), the new video takes viewers behind the scenes as the people involved explain why the story of Fosse and Verdon is still so resonant on and off Broadway.
Watch the new video here.
"The fact that people think of Fosse, but they don't think of Fosse [and] Verdon, it's a pity," says executive producer Joel Fields.
Adds Williams, "When they first got together, it was Gwen who was the star. It was Gwen who was really the toast of the town."
And as audiences watch Fosse create the work that will make him famous—with Verdon at his side and contributing more than was ever previously acknowledged—Levenson wants to show everyone what making art requires.
"What we're hoping to do is explore, as artists, what it's like to make art," adds Levenson. "Not only the joy of that and the triumph when you get it right, but the pain of getting it wrong. And the sweat and tears that it inevitably requires to make something great."
Also set to appear in the series are Ethan Slater as Joel Grey, Ahmad Simmons as Ben Vereen, Kelli Barrett as Liza Minnelli, Bianca Marroquin as Chita Rivera, Norbert Leo Butz as Paddy Chayefsky, and Laura Osnes as Shirley MacLaine.
Lin-Manuel Miranda is an executive producer on the series, along with Kail, Levenson, Fosse and Verdon’s daughter Nicole Fosse, George Stelzner, and Joel Fields. Andy Blankenbuehler serves as choreographer on the series with Broadway alum Susan Misner, with Alex Lacamoire as supervising music producer.