Fame may be a “fleeting bitch,” according to the title character in “The Cher Show” — and who would know better? Temperamental she may be, as the musical illustrates while churning through the tumultuous highs and lows of Cher’s career, but fame has proven far from fleeting for Cher, trailing the svelte, sequined-swathed singer, actress and all-purpose diva for more than half a century now. Famous in her teens, Cher is vastly more famous today, achieving the unprecedented, improbable feat of accepting a Kennedy Center Honor the night before the opening of a Broadway musical celebrating her life and career. “The…

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