A wildly talented actress-choreographer-dancer, Ann Reinking was a ballet-trained chorus girl in New York City when she crossed paths with Bob Fosse. Becoming his protégée and paramour, Reinking conquered Broadway with a string of roles in everything from "Goodtime Charley," "Dancin'," "A Chorus Line" and "Over Here!" She made headlines by replacing Fosse's wife Gwen Verdon as Roxie Hart in "Chicago" in 1977, and, nearly 20 years later, won a Tony for reimagining and choreographing a revival of that same show, which took the world by storm. Best known to mainstream audiences as the twinkle-toed Grace Farrell, secretary and would-be girlfriend to Daddy Warbucks (Albert Finney) in the musical "Annie" (1982), she also starred opposite Dudley Moore in "Micki + Maude" (1984) and choreographed the TV movie "Bye Bye Birdie" (ABC, 1995), but segued gracefully into an award-winning career as a Broadway choreographer and director. Dedicated to promoting the legacy of Fosse and of all things Broadway and dance, Ann Reinking became one of the most famous modern legends of the Great White Way.