Bob Fosse only directed five films in his career and we consider this his sixth lost film'Liza with a Z' is restored for Showtime Jan 21, 2006
After a year that included 'Chicago' and 'The Reagans,' we are happy to be back working with Les Moonves and CBS on a new film in the new yearNew bio pic on tap for 'Reagans' team Jan 12, 2004
This is going to have a more experimental feel and will be closer in tone to 'Moulin Rouge' than 'Chicago,Hollywood Digest Mar 28, 2003
A lot of actors are coming forward who we never knew were capable of singing and dancingHollywood Digest Feb 27, 2003
And then we bring out the DVD and home video after the movie airs on television, and we do well with itCathy's World: The Music Man Feb 12, 2003
Craig Zadan (born April 15, 1949) is an American executive producer, director, and writer. Zadan is openly gay and is one half of the successful production team "Storyline Entertainment" with partner Neil Meron since their meeting many years ago in the New York Theatrical community.
Zadan was born in Miami, Florida. He moved with his family from Florida to New York City when he was 2 years old. He wrote for New York magazine and also contributed articles to such publications as After Dark. He co-produced a Broadway tribute to Stephen Sondheim, Sondheim: A Musical Tribute, featuring Angela Lansbury and Alexis Smith in 1973. He wrote a book relating the "behind-the-scenes" of the musicals of composer Stephen Sondheim titled "Sondheim & Co." in 1976, which has been updated with a subsequent edition and revisions until 1990. Meron invited Zadan to speak at a lecture series at Brooklyn College, and they became professional partners upon Meron's 1976 graduation. They worked for Joseph Papp at the Public Theater before going to California in the early 1980s to work for Peter Guber.
The duo is rapidly becoming a power force in the entertainment industry known for their careful planning, adherence to budget and uncompromising eye toward quality and honesty in their projects. The Zadan/Meron team is transforming film and television production with a philosophy and culture which is favorable to both studios and actors, yet retaining a high level of fiscal responsibility.