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The Spring Morning Herald: Noli Me Tangere review: Dazzling flashes reveal the show that might have been

The Spring Morning Herald: Noli Me Tangere review: Dazzling flashes reveal the show that might have been

… When McFadden’s best music – usually his more complex and agitated work – is performed by the stronger singers we see the show’s potential. Chris Hamilton and David Hooley excel as the two dastardly friars, Sean Perez admirably realises the most intriguing character, Ibarra’s​ friend Tasio​, and Marcus Rivera portrays the fiercely committed rebel Elias without resort of exaggeration.

Dancers (choreographed by Novy​ Bereber​) intermittently twirl into seemingly the wrong show, and Deirdre Burges’ set (accommodating McFadden’s pedestrian septet) is striking enough, while, like the creators, narrowing director Aarne​ Neeme’s​ options.

Original Article:
https://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/musicals/noli-me-tangere-review-dazzling-flashes-reveal-the-show-that-might-have-been-20190331-h1d02e.html

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