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 Post subject: Northern Ballet Theatre's "Romeo and Juliet"
PostPosted: Fri Oct 03, 2003 2:52 am 
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NBT'S TRAGIC BALLET IS PURE INSPIRATION
By ROGER RAMAGE for Woking News and Mail

IT’S not Shakespeare’s fault, but I’m no great fan of the pointy-bearded versifier from a Midlands market town.

Sure, the precocious bumpkin who was none too certain how to spell his own name could string a few words together, but apart from being a poor researcher (even when he was plagiarising someone else’s yarn) there was always a hidden agenda.

This man was a master of Elizabethan spin -— a crowd-controlling sycophant.
Sorry, but for me Will’s ambition-driven political priority even permeates that potentially great romantic tragedy Romeo and Juliet.

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