WCQ401 The New 9 to 5 Musical in Chicago

Host: Amy Matheny with Stephen Rader

Stephen Rader is BACK!!! After many months, Amy and Stephen are going back to the theater together. This time they're off to the new musical production of Dolly Parton's 9 to 5 at the Bank of America Theater. It was Dolly's 65th birthday and took the stage as Governor Quinn gave her the keys to the city and named it Dolly Parton day.  Stephen recommends people see this show regardless of what some critics say.  Amy did a comparison of the show and the movie as well.  They also have lots of fun discussing Dollywood, Dolly's music and whether she could be a lesbian.  For ticket information for 9 to 5, visit

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Music Featured on This Queercast: Dolly Parton - "9 to 5" and "Backwoods Barbie"

Photo Credit 9 to 5 Cast: Joan Marcus



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