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Northern Ballet Theatre's "A Christmas Carol" 2006
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Author:  kurinuku [ Mon Dec 11, 2006 12:47 pm ]
Post subject:  Northern Ballet Theatre's "A Christmas Carol" 2006

Quote:
Ebenezer's good ... and so's Wayne
by LUKE JENNINGS for the Observer
published: December 10, 2006

Northern Ballet Theatre's production of A Christmas Carol is a busy, intimate piece, and a perfect fit for smaller regional theatres. It's lent a clear-eyed immediacy by Lez Brotherston's designs - all smoke-greyed wharves, tattered curtains and greasy bed-linen - but these hard edges never overpower its sentimental heart. As Scrooge, Darren Goldsmith is suitably lugubrious, if perhaps a little too sprightly after his change of heart, while Hironao Takahashi is an excellent Bob Cratchit, and a deft master of Christopher Gable 's spiky choreography.
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