Forget counting calories and enjoy this musical adaptation of the hilarious movie "Some Like It Hot." In prohibition era Chicago, two unemployed musicians, bass player Jerry and saxophone player Joe, witness a gangland massacre. To escape tap-dancing hoodlum Spats Palazzo and his henchmen, they dress as women and join Sweet Sue and Her Society Syncopaters, an all-female band about to leave town for an engagement at a Miami Beach hotel. Things get sticky when Joe, now known as Josephine, falls in love with beautiful band singer Sugar Kane. Sugar has a slight drinking problem that tends to interfere with her ability to choose a romantic partner wisely. More than anything, Sugar wants to marry a millionaire, prompting Joe to disguise himself as the man of her dreams. Jerry is now Daphne and she/he is being pursued by wealthy and elderly Osgood Fielding, Jr. Of course, Jerry should reveal his true gender to the over-amorous paramour, but he is enjoying all the expensive gifts Fielding is bestowing upon him. Total chaos erupts when Spatz and his gang descend upon the hotel and realize who Josephine and Daphne really are. How sweet it is!