Review: “The Cher Show” on Broadway, Bitches

On the surface, “The Cher Show” falls into every pitfall of biographical jukebox musicals — especially and disappointingly making the same mistakes that “Summer” made last season. It has three actresses playing Cher at different points in her life, the plots speeds by like a Wikipedia page, only small snippets of songs are used, the set looks more like a Vegas concert than a musical, and it fails to really…

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Theater Critic. Vassar College alum, current PhD candidate at the CUNY Graduate Center.

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Christian Lewis

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Theater Critic. Vassar College alum, current PhD candidate at the CUNY Graduate Center.

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