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 Post subject: Oakland's Les Biches
PostPosted: Sun Oct 24, 1999 4:41 pm 
Wow! I'm glad I went to see this masterwork by Nijinska. It was witty and entertaining while still adhering to the classical style. Marcie Ryken was especially wonderful -- she has an inredible ability to project her character's flirtatiouness, with subtle body movements and facial expressions. Someone should tape this woman and show it in class!


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 Post subject: Re: Oakland's Les Biches
PostPosted: Sat Oct 30, 1999 9:29 pm 
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yes, Marcie Ryken outshone the other performers, as usual. My wife and I have been fans of Marcie Ryken for a few years. She never fails to impress us with her remarkable precision, grace, and expressiveness. She seems to really feel the music. Even her slight interpretive movements, such as the turn of a shoulder, gave scenes defining touches of artistry. <BR>

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