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Well, [co-writer John Weidman] and I let it marinate for a year, and we're going back to what we originally wrote. What we wrote was something very swift, and very Hope-Crosbyish about America and about a period of American enterprise, and that got lost in the subsequent productions of the show.
IS THERE A BROADWAY MUSICAL OF THE PAST, OTHER THAN YOUR OWN, THAT YOU WOULD MOST LIKE TO SEE REVIVED?
Oh, goodness. You're putting me on the spot. I don't know. Suggest a few. Maybe I'll agree or disagree.
O.K. I'D LIKE TO SEE ANTHONY NEWLEY'S STOP THE WORLD-- I WANT TO GET OFF.
Hmm. No, that was not a favorite of mine.