City of Angels seems like an obvious choice for revival. The original ran two years over 20 years ago. It has a top quality book and score and would be an ideal candidate for a new production concept using today's technology. You could argue that the original production was cold, but I think there's warmth to be found in the material, particularly under the helm of a director with a knack for intimate, emotional scene work. Maybe the technology could alleviate the production's need to prove itself moody and film noirish. I would love to see what Sam Buntrock would do with it. You listening, Roundabout?