Cast members from the Oscar-winning "Cabaret" film will reunite on NBC's "Today Show" Jan. 30 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Bob Fosse-directed motion picture.
Scheduled to appear on the morning chat show are Oscar winners Liza Minnelli and Joel Grey as well as Michael York and Marisa Berenson. (The film will be released by Warner Bros. Home Video on Blu-ray and DVD Feb. 5.)
"Today" airs on NBC at 7 AM ET; check local listings.
The 1972 film version of "Cabaret," directed by Fosse, was awarded eight Academy Awards.
"Cabaret" is based on the Tony Award-winning musical of the same name about a nightclub singer (Sally Bowles) in pre-World War II Berlin and her relationship with a visiting writer (Clifford Bradshaw). The musical features a book by Joe Masteroff, music by John Kander and lyrics by Fred Ebb. The original Broadway production was directed by Harold Prince. The 1998 revival starred Natasha Richardson and Alan Cumming, who won Tony Awards for their performances as, respectively, Sally Bowles and the Emcee.
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