That's DANCIN': Fosse on Broadway
Little Me
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Premier: November 17, 1962
Theater: Lunt-Fontanne Theatre
Director: Cy Feuer and Bob Fosse
Choreographed by: Bob Fosse
music and lyrics by: Cy Coleman (music) and Carolyn Leigh (lyrics)

Bob Fosse was considered a Broadway genius with the arrival of "Little Me," a musical that harnessed the talents of playwright Neil Simon and comedey legend Sid Caesar. A burlesque of the notorious "as-told-to" biographies by silver screen idols, "Little Me" portrayed the memoirs of a fictional self-made star named Belle Poitrine. In her quest for wealth and social position, the promiscuous actress embarks upon an extravagant artistic career while accompanied by a series of romantic admirers, all of whom were played by Sid Caesar.
"The Rich Kids Rag"
"The Rich Kids Rag."
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