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Theatre Memphis takes on the 1920s.

I've been making a list of nice things to say about Theatre Memphis' production of No, No, Nanette. For starters, Christopher McCollum's set design is striking, although the costumes can be garish and the Jolly Rancher-colored lighting makes everything look like someone's…

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