Bob Fosse’s largely autobiographical story of a drinking, drugging, and womanizing Broadway director turns into a dizzying kaleidoscopic exorcism of the dark side of the entertainment business.
“Sensational dancing and eye-popping production numbers punctuate the confessional reminiscences of arrogant, satirical theatrical eminence Joe Gideon as he flirts with Death.” – Kim Newman, Empire
“ALL THAT JAZZ is the most forthrightly candid variation ever worked out on Peter Pan and all other middle-aged boys who have refused to grow up.” – Vincent Canby, The New York Times
“Joe Gideon . . . is a man who just never stops directing, even when he is having an argument with somebody that is very important to him . . . he’s the total director. He even fantasizes his death as this elaborate concert with music.” – Bob Fosse, quoted in Vanity Fair