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 Post subject: Arlington Ballet 'Nutcracker'
PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2001 4:46 am 
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<B>Dashing gent life of party</B><BR>Drosselmeyer brings many gifts to Ballet Arlington's 'Nutcracker' <BR>By MARGARET PUTNAM / Special Contributor to The Dallas Morning News <P><BR>ARLINGTON – The Nutcracker given by Ballet Arlington on Friday night was neither fish nor fowl. The sets were plain, the Texas Chamber Orchestra limp. The dancing ranged from delightful to dull. <P>The production does have its charms. Seldom will you find a more amusing Drosselmeyer (danced with theatrical flair by Nikolai Semikov). <P>When Drosselmeyer first appears, he wears a dark cape and a mask shaped like a bird's beak. He's stretched out, like a bird. The mask comes off, and whatever was frightening and strange about him disappears, and he becomes a figure of comic exuberance. <P><A HREF="http://www.dallasnews.com/entertainment/STORY.eaaa66ad58.b0.af.0.a4.d16c.html" TARGET=_blank><B>click for more</B></A>


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