Zack: Frank Frazetta's Chicago has a totally different target audience than the Broadway original.
Steve: Why can't musicals really be like this?
Zack: You're just looking in the wrong places. Try the exit by the airport. The music is all techno songs about having sex and there are blacklights and the cats are not as furry. And there's no singing.
Steve: The only musical I've really seen before is Cats and I was with my mom when I was a kid and the cat people came out into the audience and climbed on me and freaked me out.
Zack: Yeah, maybe you should skip the places I was talking about. They come out into the audience and climb on you at those too.Steve: Are they dressed like cats?
Zack: Usually it's nurses or cheerleaders, but I've seen a cat or two.
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