Yesterday was another "date night at the theater" with Kitty. We started off at an upscale burger joint that we enjoyed last year. At that time there was hardly anyone in the place. This time the place was packed with hipster millenials. But we lucked out with a table and had a tasty burger with awesome fried zucchini sticks and tasty sweet potato fries. It was then off to the theater to see the musical. I had seen the movie MANY years ago and barely remembered it. It was a quaint British comedy about a old stodgy shoe factory on its last legs *pun intended* when they pivot to make sexy footware for drag queens. Cyndi Lauper wrote the music and Harvey Fierstein wrote the play. The result was a Tony Award-winning musical which was a lot of fun. The tunes were catchy and the singing and dancing were wonderful. Judging from all of the laughter and cheerful chatter on the way out of the theater, I'd say that most everybody enjoyed the performance.