noun re·vue \ri-ˈvyü\

: a show in a theater that includes funny songs, dances, short plays, etc., usually about recent events

Full Definition of REVUE

:  a theatrical production consisting typically of brief loosely connected often satirical skits, songs, and dances

Origin of REVUE

French, from Middle French reveue review — more at review
First Known Use: 1872


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