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In early April 2006, Brooks began composing the score to a Broadway musical adaptation of Young Frankenstein, which he described as possibly his best film. In November 2006, Brooks and Thomas Meehan, collaborators on The Producers, finished the first draft of the script and a reading directed by Susan Stroman was held with Brian D'Arcy James as Dr. Frankenstein, Kristin Chenoweth as Elizabeth, Sutton Foster as Inga, Roger Bart as Igor, Marc Kudisch as Inspector Kemp and Shuler Hensley as the Creature, who had previously played Frankenstein's monster in the 2004 Universal film Van Helsing. Cloris Leachman also attended the table read, reprising her role as Frau Blücher, and it was widely reported she would be offered the role of Blücher for the stage show. However, gossip maven Liz Smith said in her New York Post column on January 12, 2007, that Leachman was sent a letter informing her she would not be considered for the Broadway production because the producers wanted to keep the film and stage properties separate.
On January 24, 2007, it was announced that the musical would premiere in late 2007, with music and lyrics by Brooks, book by Brooks and Thomas Meehan, and Susan Stroman was directing and choreographing. On March 9, 2007, casting for many of the roles in the musical was announced: Megan Mullally (Elizabeth), Sutton Foster (Inga), Shuler Hensley (Monster). Recently reported to star is Roger Bart as Dr. Frederick Frankenstein, Christopher Fitzgerald as Igor, Andrea Martin as Frau Blücher, and Fred Applegate as Inspector Kemp. As reported on June 8, 2007, the musical will begin previews on October 11, 2007, and open on November 8 at the Hilton Theatre. Brooks also confirmed most of the previously-reported casting. The pre-Broadway run will take place in Seattle.
Complications arose during early script production, when Gene Wilder, co-writer of the original movie, strongly opposed the concept of the film being transformed into a musical. He based his argument on the impact of "Putting On The Ritz" - the only musical number from the film - being lost when placed alongside a whole group of new songs. Wilder argued with Brooks over the phone and then decided to think of the idea, claiming he was tired. Later on that week, Wilder began to sympathize with Brooks, who at the time had just lost his wife, Anne Bancroft. Wilder also thought it would be the last time he would have the chance to collaborate with Brooks before they both died. Brooks phoned the following week, preparing to argue again but this time, Wilder only said: "I want you to do it." Brooks replied: "You're a saint."
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