Bob Fosse Danicn’ Choreographer Tony Award, 1978

Overview image of Bob Fosse’s bestowed nickel patina Tony Award medallion reading: “The American Theatre Wing presents to Bob Fosse, Choreographer For Distinguished Achievement in Theatre, DANCIN’, 1978 measuring 3 inches in diameter, trophy mounted.

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Bob Fosse “Everybody loves a winner! Cabaret … Winner of 8 Academy Awards!” 1973

The 45th annual Academy Awards were televised live by NBC on Tuesday March 27th 1973.  The ceremony’s Best Directing Oscar statuette was bestowed to Bob Fosse for his film Cabaret.

“WINNER OF 8 ACADEMY AWARDS”

Cabaret (Allied Artists, R-1974). One sheet publicity promotional two color printed movie theater poster measuring 27 X 41 inches overall.

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Bob Fosse “Sweet Charity” Choreographer Tony Award, 1966

Overview image of Bob Fosse’s fifth bestowed nickel patina Tony Award medallion reading: “The American Theatre Wing presents to Bob Fosse, Choreographer For Distinguished Achievement in Theatre, “Sweet Charity”, 1965-66.”

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY Bob Fosse!

Robert Louis “Bob” Fosse born June 23, 1927
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LIFE magazine 1986 as published pages 26 and 27 Volume 9, Number 13

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Gwen Verdon “Living Legend” medallion Library of Congress, 2000

Cast bronze circular medallion reading “Living Legend” first bestowed in April of 2000 to Gwen Verdon from the “Library of Congress” during its bicentennial celebration, having a fabric red, white, and blue neck ribbon. Housed within a custom-made mahogany square wooden box with dark blue felt interior lining.

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Bob Fosse bestowed Mr. Abbott Award, 1986

Named in honor of the legendary director George Abbott, the “Mr. Abbott” award is presented to a director or choreographer in recognition of lifetime achievement in American theatre. Pictured below is Bob Fosse’s cast bronze “Mr. Abbott” award measuring ten inches in height and having the front engraved placard reading:

 “The Mr. Abbott for Lifetime Achievement In The Theatre Awarded to Bob Fosse 1986 by Stage Directors and Choreographers Workshop Foundation”

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Bob Fosse bestowed British Academy of Film and Television Arts Best Director Award Cabaret, 1972


This particular British Film Academy Award is also known as the “Stella Award” and was bestowed to winners from 1968 to 1975. Being a Wedgwood commissioned Black Basalt figurative statue presented during the BAFTA awards ceremony and specially designed by Wedgwood sculptor Eric Owen. The freestanding trophy or whole figure measures nine inches in height and has five lines of gold lettering front of circular pedestal base reading:

“The Society of FIlm and Television Arts, 1972 Film Award, The Best Director, CABARET, Bob Fosse”

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) is a charity in the United Kingdom that hosts annual awards shows for excellence in film, television, television craft, video games and forms of animation.

The Innovative Choreographers U.S. Postal Stamp series include Bob Fosse

On National Dance Day, July 28th 2012, the U.S. Postal Service paid tribute to four influential choreographers who changed the art of dance: Isadora Duncan, José Limón, Katherine Dunham, and Bob Fosse. Designed to look like posters advertising a performance, the stamp art captures the luminosity and mystery of a live dance performance.

Bob Fosse, celebrated for directing and choreographing musicals on both stage and screen, is shown on the set of Sweet Charity (1969). Fosse received one Oscar, three Emmys, and nine Tony awards during his career. Yet perhaps his greatest contribution was in making dance accessible to millions.

Art director Ethel Kessler designed the stamps using illustrations by James McMullan, widely known for his work for Lincoln Center Theater in New York City.

The Innovative Choreographers stamps are being issued as Forever® stamps. Forever stamps are always equal in value to the current First-Class Mail one-ounce rate.