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  • Christine Fournier Interviewed on North Suburban TV's New Brighton Now (Sept. 2016)

  • The Story Behind the Story - Christine Fournier's Interview on North Suburban TV - New Brighton, Minn. (Sept. 2015)

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    Barnes & Noble in Apple Valley, Minn.

    Christine Fournier is pictured here with Bill Emery who was in "Funny Girl" with her in the 1970s. He stopped by her book signing on Jan. 25, 2014.

  • Minneapolis Star Tribune Article

    Gradon Royce's article, "Theater vet Chrissy Fournier is still dancing," ran in the Star Tribune on June 23rd. The article highlights Fournier's career as a Broadway dancer and shares what she is doing now.

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    Christine Fournier presents:

    THE BOB FOSSE RETROSPECTIVE For many aspiring dancers, the ultimate goal is to dance on Broadway. One of the icons of the American Musical stage was the late and brilliant Bob Fosse. His work was challenging, inspiring and unique for generations of gypsies, who were fortunate to be cast in his shows.

    Chrissy Fournier, a former Fosse dancer, performed in the Broadway and National companies of ‘How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying,’ and the original company of ‘Sweet Charity’ starring the late and great Gwen Verdon.

    Chrissy has drawn from the work ethic of Mr. Fosse and subsequent experiences with him as her director-choreographer, a unique perspective she has carried through out her career. She has been dancer-singer-actor, director, choreographer, acting coach and now author.

    Join her as she presents THE BOB FOSSE RETROSPECTIVE, including his history, a video example and representation of Fosse’s evolution as performer to director-choreographer and a workshop that includes learning some of his signature movement.

    "Now Available for Academic, Civic Groups, Dance Schools and Theatre Organizations." For more information, contact Ms. Fournier at: or call 612-581-0025.

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    A 'Musical Gypsy' reacts to the storyline in Gypsy City

    Renowned, many faceted entertainer, Jimmy Martin, recalls memories as a 'Musical Gypsy' as he reads Christine Fournier's latest book. Jimmy is a musical arranger, composer, conductor, pianist, raconteur and singer who has played Carnegie Hall, throughout Europe, and is still the accompanist for Carmel Quinn, a famous Irish singer/entertainer discovered by Arthur Godfrey in the mid 1950's.

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