The Museum of Television & Radio has unearthed some rare video footage of legendary choreographer Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon discussing the use of choreography in the Broadway musical, and even performing dance numbers from "Damn Yankees," "The Pajama Game," and other shows. The Museum will screen the program daily throughout the month of January in celebration of the Broadway premiere of "Fosse."
There is no additional charge to view the film, but the contribution for museum admission is $6. The Museum of Television & Radio is located at 25 W. 52nd St. Information: (212) 621-6600.
Albee, Robbins Read for TNC
On Thurs., Feb. 4 at 7 pm, playwright Edward Albee and actor-director Tim Robbins will present "Who's Afraid of the New Millennium," an evening of readings and reminiscences to benefit Theater for the New City (TNC). Albee has long been a TNC supporter, and Robbins spent his adolescent years as a member of TNC's Street Theater company in the 1980s. Tickets at TNC, 155 First Ave. (at East 10th Street) are $100, which includes the performance, a champagne reception and a light supper. Reservations: (212) 592-3992 and (212) 254-1109.