Respect: A Musical Celebration of Women Through 100 Years of Popular Music
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The last date listed for Respect: A Musical Celebration of Women was Sunday August 12, 2012 / 2:00pm.
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We parked in the Mall parking on the Tomato level on the N. end & walked right into mall & a few stirs up after we were inside was a small machine on the wall to click or ticket & then we road the elevator down to the theatre in the basement an they said they would have fix our ticket. As far as Dress of course it's S.D. so there were very casual to casual dressy. Just dress comfortable because there are stairs.My Son the Waiter info • Jul 18 2014 star this tip starred
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What a wonderful evening we had! The cast are talented and energetic and highly entertaining. An hilarious and yet poignant experience. I would heartily recommend anyone seeing this excellent production. The performance of "It Must Be Him" was one of the funniest bits I remember seeing in a very long time--we were literally rolling in the isles.
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Funny, touching, inspiring, even educational. This is a wonderful production. The small intimate theater adds to the experience, it's like having a personal conversation with women who lived in all the times portrayed. Go and experience with...continued