Contemporary French Company Ballet Preljocaj's Les Nuits
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The last date listed for Ballet Preljocaj's Les Nuits was Sunday June 22, 2014 / 2:00pm.
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Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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This was a very interesting performance. It incorporated modern dance moves with story telling, great visuals and passion. My only objection was the poor lighting. Obviously the lighting had been designed for a much smaller venue where it would have been sufficient. However, at the giant music center the poor lighting intensity prevented half the audience from seeing the performance clearly.
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This dance was promoted as inspired by The Arabian Nights and the character of Scheherazade, which, for us, established expectations of
something exotic and colorful. Instead we saw something more a la
Dubai nightclub and minimalist. There were...continued
This program contains partial nudity and themes of a sexual nature. Recommended for mature audiences.
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