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Author:  Dean Speer [ Sat Dec 20, 2003 11:18 am ]
Post subject:  Black Nativity -- Seattle/Intiman Theatre

If you like your music with LOTS of zest and spice, and if you like a show where the performers PROMISE to keep the audience awake, then you’ll be delighted and clapping and swaying on your feet for Seattle’s Intiman Theatre’s annual Holiday production of Langston Hughes’ Black Nativity.

The first half of the show is Hughes’ play and the second half are singers and, yes, dancers playing with us – and each other. Kabby Mitchell III’s adept choreography for both halves deploys the talents of the cast which includes a handful of professionally trained dancers.

Energetic singing and acting by the cast and narrators blend to make this tradition one that audiences will enjoy this year and for many to come.

If you like your music with LOTS of zest and spice, and if you like a show where the performers PROMISE to keep the audience awake, then you’ll be delighted and clapping and swaying on your feet for Seattle’s Intiman Theatre’s annual Holiday production of Langston Hughes’ Black Nativity.

The first half of the show is Hughes’ play and the second half are singers and, yes, dancers playing with us – and each other. Kabby Mitchell III’s adept choreography for both halves deploys the talents of the cast which includes a handful of professionally trained dancers.

Energetic singing and acting by the cast and narrators blend to make this tradition one that audiences will enjoy this year and for many to come.

<small>[ 20 December 2003, 12:26 PM: Message edited by: Dean Speer ]</small>

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