After nearly two hours of music; kinetic lighting; and,
most important, joyous, infectious, go-for-broke performances from everyone
who will work their butts off to show you a good time, any gripes you had
about the lackluster food will disappear. Enjoy the show for what it is:
twirls of color, an ever-rotating array of costumes, the furious flurry of
feet and heel stomps that will echo though the empty theater like gunshots.
Somewhere in the middle, there's a Bollywood number you could watch for
hours and a rousing flamenco routine to Ravel's Bolero that will leave the
theater roaring with applause.
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Thursday, March 17, 2011 at 4:30 a.m. by Edwin Goei
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