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Re: “VIDEO: Hanging with Handspring's Midsummer puppets

THIS got a B, and the fun yet artistically-questionable, difficult-to-hear Bloody Bloody got an A???!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!? How do you people qualify your reviews and grades? And, I suppose, the more pressing question to ask is, how do you people QUALIFY to review in the first place? The last piece I saw that left as indelible an impression as this vibrant, wonderful, hysterically funny, emotionally-rich Midsummer was Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake of the late 90's. It was cathartic, raucous, urgent, ceremonial, irreverent, and just simply the best Spoleto piece I've seen in the five years I've had the good fortune to call Charleston home.

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Posted by tommytune79 on June 5, 2013 at 6:52 PM
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