An Anglo-American Design Team Creates the Fellini-esque Fantasy of Nine Few Broadway musicals ever seemed less likely to get revived than Nine. The winner of the Best Musical Tony in 1982, its reviews were nevertheless mixed and it went down in theatre history as a stylish but substance-free vehicle for a male star and an array of flamboyant females. (Some hard-core show fans revile Nine for taking the Tony away from Dreamgirls, by opening on the last day of the 1981-82 season.) ...

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