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Author:  kurinuku [ Wed Dec 20, 2006 8:45 am ]
Post subject:  Royal Ballet's Nutcracker 2006

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The Nutcracker
by DEBRA CRAINE for the Times
published: December 15, 2006

Every time you see the Royal Ballet perform The Nutcracker you have cause to be grateful to Sir Peter Wright. His production is a magical, sumptuous staging alive with fantasy and tingling with the tenderness of young romance. It may be childhood’s favourite ballet but as realised by Wright this is a Nutcracker to touch the adult heart.
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The Nutcracker, Royal Opera House, London
by ZOE ANDERSON for the Independent
published: 20 December 2006

Peter Wright certainly doesn't look 80. This Nutcracker ended with a birthday cake and singing for its producer, a key figure at both Royal Ballet companies. In a happy end to the performance, Wright came on stage to applaud the dancers and to blow out his candles. It was an affectionate end to an evening of prettiness and sparkle.
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