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Review: Something Rotten! (Broadway in Chicago)

As national tours go, Something Rotten! is something splendid - a mindess but gleeful hoot-and-a-half. If you aren’t laughing five minutes in, you seriously need to lighten up. Highly Recommended! (read Catey Sullivan's entire review....)
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