( b. Feb 10, 1938 San Francisco, California, USA - d. Aug 03, 2013 ) Male
Goss was former Bob Fosse dancer, and the Founder and Co-Artistic Director (with Frank Evans) of the non-profit musical theater development organization,and Musical Mondays Theatre Lab.
During his theater career, Goss worked with legends Carol Burnett, Gene Kelly, Billy Crystal, Harold Prince, Bob Fosse, and Gwen Verdon, who he considered the most interesting talent he ever met.
Goss seamlessly transitioned from his career as a dancer to becoming an accomplished director and choreographer, working extensively in the San Francisco Bay Area. In New York, Bick worked with legendary choreographer Agnes deMille, recreating her dances from Brigadoon for The American Dance Machine, which played 199 performances at the Century Theatre at 227 West 46th Street, now the home of Scientology. In 2002, Goss directed the Off-Broadway drama, Roman Nights, a two character play about the relationship of Anna Magnani and Tennessee Williams at the Daryl Roth 2 Theatre. In 2007, Goss directed the musical War Brides, lyrics by his producing partner Frank Evans, book by Ron Sproat and music by Christopher Berg, which won two honorable mentions at the NYMF Awards.
Source: Broadwayworld.com obituary.