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'Something Rotten!' At The Orpheum Is A Laugh-Out-Loud Goof Tailor-Made For Theater Nerds

Take the truly raucous, goofy, adolescent humor of recent broadway hits like Spamalot, The Producers and The Book of Mormon, set in Shakespeare's England in the 1590s, mash it up with an onslaught of musical theater references and toss in plenty of chuckle-worthy wordplay, Shakespearean and otherwise, and you might begin to imagine Something Rotten!, which opened last night at SHN's Orpheum Theatre on its first national tour.
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