(1) The first evening's entertainment was a topless revue .(2) It's a revue of songs written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, plus a few other collaborators.(3) Members of the newly-formed Actors' Community Theatre will perform their revue , The Opening Act, from Thursday to Saturday.(4) Anyone who has seen a revue of their sketches in Germany knows how deliriously funny their work can be.(5) The musical revue may have a place in the theatre, but it has a far cosier one in the kind of late-night club that has all but disappeared.(6) Pinter's revue sketches have never been marginal doodles.(7) It's a very American piece, like a sketch show, a revue about love, dating, marriage, children, divorce, death, so we go from being eight to 80 in the show.(8) What Jim Henson created was more than just a musical revue performed by puppets, it was Saturday Night Live for the milk and cookies set.(9) Fitting them into what is perhaps less a musical than a revue allows him to cover and scorch greater ground, reaching as far back as the Kennedys and Nixon.(10) Turner, who had worked as an emcee for male dance revues before getting into television, admits that there's a world of difference between men ├ö├ç├┐dancing├ö├ç├û for women and women ├ö├ç├┐stripping├ö├ç├û for men.(11) Alongside his adult comedies and children's fantasies, he has co-written a host of musicals and revues , mainly with composer Paul Todd.(12) The Shuberts, theater owners and producers, offered a series of revues called Artists and Models.(13) Never having seen this Russian clown-show before, I was also struck by how much it resembled the revues of my youth.(14) Take your pick from carol concerts with seasonal readings, Christmas revues , Dickensian productions of A Christmas Carol and Victorian music hall.(15) In the last decade of his life, composers such as Irving Berlin and Jerome Kern often solicited his services to write the ballet scores for elaborate dance routines in their revues or shows.(16) It also offered popular education and supplied entertainment which drew on theatre, the revues , music, and cinema.