Vox Lumiere's Hunchback of Notre Dame
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The last date listed for Vox Lumiere's Hunchback of Notre Dame was Sunday March 8, 2009 / 7:00pm.
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This so-called modern interpretation of the classic story of the Hunchback of Norte Dame was a horrible attempt to Punk up the story. Performers dressed in punk gothic costumes singing songs with no relevance to the old silent film being shown on a screen behind them were ridiculous. The performers themselves were talented with great voices. But, I go to the theatre for stage productions with a story, plot or some kind of true entertainment value. Modern society needs to be exposed to the classics in a classical manner. How sad that we are not being allowed to be exposed to the real thing.
This is the first time I truly would want my money back.
Vox Lumiere presents a unique adaptation of The Hunchback of Notre Dame, a story of corruption, forbidden love, and a deformed hunchback named Quasimodo, bell ringer of the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris. Musicians, singers, dancers and state-of-the-art multi-media weave together with silent film for a thrilling retelling of Victor Hugo's classic tragedy.