May 03, 2015

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Bob Fosse's "Cabaret" Film Turns 40 With Joel Grey, Michael York and Marisa Berenson

With the release of a new digitally remastered Blu-ray Disc and a 40th anniversary to celebrate, the cast of director Bob Fosse's 1972 feature film version of "Cabaret" met the media. Revamped from the Kander and Ebb stage musical, the Liza Minnelli star-making vehicle featured new songs that replaced others cut in order to keep the musical performance "on stage" and steeped in realism. The film also revisited the original texts that inspired the stage musical and re-focused the story along more personal lines. Here, stars Joel Grey, Michael York and Marisa Berenson are joined by the director's daughter Nicole Fosse to chat about the history and legacy of the groundbreaking cinematic musical. To see the Playbill from the original Broadway musical, visit Playbillvault.com.




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