Members of the Paris Opera Ballet perform on July 13, 2012, presented by Lincoln Center Festival 2012 at the David H. If you take her or him to the ballet to see one of the venerable 19th century classics, you want to be sure it’s a production that’s faithful to its tradition not savagely cut, skewed, or “reimagined” beyond recognition. The very young, with their acute receptivity, deserve the very best..
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Hosking is spot on with this ingenious retelling of a childhood classic however, somehow makes it feel much more loose and flowing and bizarrely, even easier to read than the original. Her narrative sings with a down to earth gritty realism but is delivered with Lear’s same congenial, nonsensical joie de vive. Hub caps ring and didgeridoos blow as Platypus and Croc ‘play up a hullabaloobaloo.’.