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They both have one word titles, beginning with the letter "c," and they were written by John Kander and Fred Ebb. "Cabaret," however, is not "Chicago."
John Cullum is locked in to reprise his role in "The Scottsboro Boys," the Kander and Ebb tuner heading to Broadway in the fall.
John Cullum ("110 in the Shade"), Colman Domingo ("A Boy and His Soul") and Brandon Victor Dixon ("The Color Purple") will lead the cast of "The Scottsboro Boys."
Signature Theater's long-running relationship with Kander and Ebb has taken another inventive turn.
The film version of the 1966 John Kander-Fred Ebb Broadway musical] Cabaret is most unusual: it is literate, bawdy, sophisticated, sensual, cynical, heart-warming, and disturbingly thought-provoking…