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LONDON "Tap Dogs" is back in Britain for what seems an annual visit (in fact, the Australian-spawned stompers have had four London runs since 1995), this time with a difference: The fairer sex is getting its chance to make some noise.
Women might seem alien to "Tap Dogs'" terpsichorean ways, which have patented a particular kind of brazen, brawny testosterone-on-parade.
But, says Aussie performer Rachel Schmalz, recalling her conversation with the extravaganza's creator, fellow Australian Dein Perry: "I kept saying to Dein, 'Put a girl in. Put a girl in.'"
And now there are three--women, that is--even if crix haven't exactly crowed over Perry's …