This composition is inspired by the musical "Chicago", by the US director and choreographer Bob Fosse, which has been running successfully on stage all over the world since it premiered back in 1975. The name of this piece, "All that jazz", is borrowed from one of the songs in the musical which also gave rise to a film directed by Fosse in 1979, inspired by his own life and profession.
Glazed porcelain. Note the deep intense black color of the dancers' costumes. The purple on the dancer's bow tie and the lapel of her jacket matches the ribbons on the bowler hats and the front of the male dancer's vest. The woman's red hair also contrasts sharply with the white skin of her face and with her dark stockings she wears. The man's white shirt stands out against his black and purple vest and trousers. The baton he is carrying is made of wood, also painted black with a white tip. It measures 15 cm. 15" H x 9.5" L