I finally caught up with this show after being consistently a couple episodes behind, and I'm really enjoying it. I don't know how, because I have been a theater/music theater fan since I was young, but I've never heard of Gwen Verdon or Bob Fosse until this show. I know their contemporaries, and I've seen quite a few of the movies they're associated with. Cabaret definitely stands out above all the rest, but I can't say that I ever knew who directed it, or what he contributed to the musical theater world. The only explanation I can think of is that I've never been much into the choreography side of musical theater because I happen to be terribly unrhythmic, so their work as dancer/choreographer has always been lost on me. I'm somewhat ashamed that I didn't know these two talents before, but am also excited now because it opens up a new chapter of musical theater history that I can dive into via books, youtube clips, and having a new frame of reference when rewatching their movies.