- Mina's "Blue Angel" routine was just plain beautiful, a simple but elegant strip that was a joy to watch;
- In the second act, Honey's "When You're Good to Mama" was surely one of the most perfect pairings of performer and song possible: the song is well-suited to the purpose, and she played it for all it was worth;
- Dainty showed herself to have become a full-fledged member of the troupe in every way, with two excellent routines (her "Missed Me", in the second act, was especially great -- beautiful, sad, and utterly unreserved);
- Joy matched one of her usual beautiful songs in the first act with an unsettlingly hot strip in the second;
- and of course, Ruby was brilliantly funny as always: her "Malambo No. 1" was indescribably strange, equal parts strip, interpretive dance, and Chiquita Banana.
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