Someday final yr, Nicole Kidman was sitting round watching Fosse/Verdon with Keith City and thought, “Hey, I could do that!” Or not less than, that’s what I assume is the origin story of this sequence from Ryan Murphy’s Netflix adaptation of The Promenade. Within the film, Kidman performs Angie Dickinson (based mostly across the persona of the stage model’s Angie Schworer), a everlasting understudy in Chicago who heads to Indiana with the film’s different Broadway stars to assist a lesbian teen named Emma (Jo Ellen Pellman) take her girlfriend to the promenade. Alongside the way in which, Nicole performs this little Fosse quantity to show Emma some confidence. She introduces it with an accent someway unmoored from each America and Australia, simply floating within the ocean someplace, and does some dances strikes which will or is probably not fairly good, on condition that it’s unattainable to inform resulting from Ryan Murphy’s dedication to avoiding full-body pictures and chopping as many occasions as doable. Zazz! Like The Undoing, it doesn’t actually make sense, however not less than Nicole is having enjoyable.