Ann Reinking – Fosse:Prelude (2009), Beneath The White City Lights (2012)
A Broadway and film veteran, Ann Reinking won a Tony Award for best Choreography for the Broadway revival of the Bob Fosse musical Chicago in 1997, and has been nominated as Best Actress (Goodtime Charley, 1975), Best Featured Actress (Dancin’, 1978) and Best Director (Fosse, 1999). Her work on Chicago has also honored her with the 1996 L.A. Drama Critic’s Award, the 1997 Drama Desk Award and Outer Critic’s Circle Award, as well as the Astaire Award. Her previous work in the city of Chicago include the world premieres of Fosse Trilogy in 2009, Rossini Recess – What Dancers Would Do If They Still Could Go Out and Play in 2007, and CAUTION: Side Effects in 2004, all for Thodos Dance Chicago, as well as choreographer of Pal Joey at the Goodman Theatre in 1988 and 2001’s Kander & Ebb premiere of The Visit, also at the Goodman. The Visit was revived again in the spring of 2009 at the Signature Theatre in Washington, DC.