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Respect Is A Musical Revue That Actually Deserves Respect

So, here’s a happy surprise: The revival of the empowerment musical Respect, A Musical Journey of Women at Boca Raton Theatre Guild is so superior to most of the ubiquitous second-rate revues that your discernment may need a double-take to make sure this show is really being done this well.

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Stage Door’s Sophisticated Ladies Revels In Stylishness

Broward Stage Door’s Sophisticated Ladies resurrects a vibrant echo of that class and panache in their entertaining revue of Duke Ellington’s music. If the show doesn’t quite sizzle and snap, talented singer-dancers suffuse the production with the sultry, sassy verve that defined floor shows in uptown clubs in the 1930s and ’40s.

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