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March 31, 2013


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Your review really captures the spirit of this most intriguing and singular performance. It is always surprising to see how 3000-year-old myths still reflect the human condition. One must also add high praise to the performers and the wonderful way in which they portrayed so many meaningful scenes and such graceful and purposeful ways. It was a memorable evening, which will seldom be repeated.

I, too, am always amazed by the persistence, the tenacity -- the never-say-die character of the great myths!

Thanks for writing,

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