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Let them entertain you

The singers, drag kings, and showgirls of the small stage

By Sarah Tomlinson
Globe Correspondent / March 4, 2004

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Onstage at the intimate Cambridge cafe, ZuZu!, a mother of three from Dorchester who goes by the stage name Miss Mary Mac is pulling her "heart" of raw beef liver out of her chest in a wittily gruesome take on "All of Me," the standard made popular by Louis Armstrong. Accompanying her is Kitty Heels, a youngish blond in an ... (Full Article: 1649 Words)

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