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Photo Credit :: Shout
Arts & Entertainment
Shout! The Mod Musical
By Mark Thompson & Robert Doyle
July 29, 2006 
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The primary reason to see SHOUT! The Mod Musical now housed in the shag-a-licious Julia Miles Theatre on 55th Street would be to answer that nagging question you might have had about the origins of Kiki of Kiki and Herb: How did she get here? And to see the Green Girl (why aren’t all females color-coded in order that we might better know just what attributes they’re showcasing?), representing nymphomania, and the Orange Girl, representing dipsomania, as they cavort their way through Sixties car convention schtick is to finally comprehend the long and winding show business road which has landed Kiki on a bar stool, alongside Herb and a bottle of Jack Daniels. Well worth the price of admission just to have that matter settled.