West Australian Ballet Don Quixote
Posted 20 July 2010 - 08:41 PM
Posted 22 July 2010 - 10:25 AM
Isn't that the most important aspect of any performance?
... I can confidently comment on the overall feel of what I saw, and the effect it had on me. The performance was magnificent and memorable.
One of the marvels of our age is that, if it has an internet connection, no place is completely isolated. WAB's DQ may have helped the Perth audience feel less isolated, and your report, in the opposite way, made many of us feel less isolated from Perth. Thank you, hunterman!
Perth might be the world's most isolated city, but on May 11, the WAB made me, and no doubt many others present who know a good DQ when they see one, all feel much closer to the world's great cultural centres.
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