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When hearing that the Maltz Jupiter Theater is presenting Chicago, potential audiences could be forgiven for thinking silently: “Chicago? Again? They could not be more wrong. For years, the Maltz has specialized in taking a popular title, and reimagining it so completely –it’s as if you’ve not seen it before.
Riverside Theatre dishes it all out, from explosive talent to dazzling visuals in an immensely satisfying, professional production of Chicago.
Yes, he’s tall with tanned good looks, a shock silvery white hair and a smile made for a toothpaste commercial, but you could zip John O’Hurley into an opaque body bag and still recognize him by that Voice.
A muted clarinet makes beautiful music, but sometimes what’s called for is the blare of a clarion trumpet and the insolent snap of a snare drum. That’s the problem facing the almost but never quite satisfying Boca Raton Theatre Guild production of the Kander & Ebb musical Chicago.