“Fosse” is here again, back in Japan after its first, hugely successful tour last year mobilized 100,000 fans of the late choreographer-director-actor-dancer Bob Fosse’s astonishing oeuvre.

Directed by Ann Reinking, a main dancer in many of Fosse’s Broadway dance-musicals, such as “Dancin’ ” (1978) and “All That Jazz” (1979), and one of his favorite pupils, this production is a greatest-hits celebration of the groundbreaking technique and sensual style of the chain-smoking American master who died of a heart attack in 1987 at age 60 — by which time he was already a legend in the history of contemporary dance.

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