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Michael Douglas, Terrence Mann, Michael Blevins. MGM (Video & Dvd), 1950. VHS. I watched this movie to demonstrate some moves that fosse would put into his works, then recreated them for my website. Albright, Ann Cooper., and David Gere. Taken by Surprise: a Dance Improvisation Reader. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan UP, 2003. Print. This book showed how dance impersonation now it. I used it to increase my knowledge on dance and how people try to make their own moves.

Ashmore, Catharine. "fosse.com." fosse.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Oct. 2011. <http://fosse.com>. This website shows his detailed childhood and detailed rising to stardom. It also showed his influences in life and I used that by telling about other dancers of his time. Beddow, Margery. Bob Fosses' Broadway. New York: Heinemann, 1996. Print. This was a fun book that took you behind the scenes of what Bob Fosse did. I used the source by showimg that the shows started at casting and ended at curtain call because as Fosse always said A show is starting from scratch and ending at applause.

De, Giere Carol. Defying Gravity: the Creative Career of Stephen Schwartz, from Godspell to Wicked. New York: Applause Theatre & Cinema, 2008. Print. This book went in depth into fosses show "Pippin." "Pippin," was the first show that other directors reacted to in the seductive coregraphy. Emmet , Robert. "Bob Fosse ." Broadway, the golden years. New York: Continuum International Publishing Group, 2003. 145-179. Print. This chapter of the book showed the highlights of his life and pointed out the lowest points of his life too. I used to to get an understanding of the slumps he was in growing up.

Garofoli, Wendy. Jazz Dance. Mankato, MN: Capstone, 2008. Print. This book showed modern dance moves. I used to to do an analysis on how Fosse is now incorperated in dance schools all around the USA. Hischak, Thomas S. The Oxford Companion to the American Musical: Theatre, Film, and Television. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2008. Print. showed a college that did an analysis on Broadway. It mentioned Fosse numerous times. I used the book to increase my backround knollege. Sarne, Victoria Braham. Just Dance. [S.I.]: Jones Harvest, 2007. Print. This book showed different places around the world dancing. I used it for my own personal information to see that some places in the world don't use fosse dance.

Roberto, Jacob. "Bob Fosse." Voice of Dance. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Nov. 2011. <http://www.voiceofdance.com/v1/listing.cfm/17772///Bob-Fo sse.html>.This site gave how Fosse lived before he made it big. It also tells about his death and the impact it made on the world. I used it to show that he did make a difference and to show how big dancing was. Weaver, Mike, and Colleen Hart. Sweat, Tears, and Jazz Hands: Show Choir from Early Television to Glee. Milwaukee, WI: Hal Leonard, 2011. Print. This book showed the early years of television broadcasting. I used to to compare when Fosse filimed things compared to other directors. Primary Broadway. Milwaukee: Hal Leonard, 2002. Print. This book is how Broadway has changed through the years. It starts off in early times and goes until modern 2000 year. I used it to show that before Fosse the only thing that was big was simple dance steps. Cutcher, Jenai. Bob Fosse. New York City: Rosen Central, 2006. Print. This book showed pictures of his most well known dance moves, as well as telling about how he created them.

"Dance Notation : Fosse." Dance Bob. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Nov. 2011. <www.loc.gov/exhibits/treasures/tri181.html>. This web site showed a rewritten version of Fosses' own work on writing dance moves. I used to show that his moves were more complex than anyone else s. Grubb, Kevin Boyd. Razzle dazzle: the life and work of Bob Fosse. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1989. Print. This book went into detail on every show he did on Broadway letting me understand how much work he accomplished. Fosse Robert., and Andrew Mark. Wentink. Nothing to Hide: a Dancer's Life. New York: D.I. Fine, 1987. Print. Fosse helped create this book. It told his life story. I am using this to tell about the secrets he revealed. Fosse, Robert. Fosse. Austin: : WEA, 2001. Print. This book showed types of wardrobes Fosse had people in his shows wear. I used this book to compare the costume descriptions to costumes before his time. Kander, John. Chicago - the Musical: Vocal Selections. [S.l.]: International Music Publications, 1973. Print. This book gave a musical score of the musical Chicago. I used this by having my friends put together a dance combination to his music. Kelly, Kevin. "Bob Fosses' New Big Deal." New York Magazine Apr. May. 1986: 50. Print. This Magazine article explains about how much money Fosse was planning to spend on his next musical. His budget exceeded five million dollars! I used the source to show that money was an option for Fosse and he over exceeded budgets a lot.

Lester, Jennifer. Four Broadway Choreographers: a Study of Jazz Dance in Musical Theatre, 1930-1990. SanFransico: St. Martins, 1994. Print. This book shows what people think of Fosse right when he stared dancing. I used it to help me see people s reactions to his dance style. Young, Cathy. "Hand on the Pulse: Dancing With Bob Fosse." Dance Chronicle 32.1 (2009): 174-78. Print. These pages described the award Fosse won. I used it to list the awards he won on my website.