Life is a Cabaret, Old Chum, at the Cemetery
After Your Private Tour, Cabaret?
“And when I go I’m going like Elsie,” and I am going in luxury and style on a private Los Angeles tour that drops me off just after sunset this Saturday at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery to watch Bob Fosse‘s award-winning film Cabaret projected on the side of the mausoleum. It is going to be a crowd-pleasing showing of the film in a community of great singers who will be seated on the lawn and more than ready to belt out the show-stopping tunes of John Kander and Fred Ebb. Eight Academy Awards says it all not to mention No. 5 in AFI‘s list of Greatest Musicals and a very high Rotten Tomatoes rating. Small wonder the classic film is still popular after 41 years and Hollywood loves it — even when screened outdoors in a graveyard.