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August 08, 2013

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I agree with you – for me the first act dragged on, although there were some good parts to it, but the second act really made the whole evening worthwhile. The three men who played the three soldiers/eunuchs were simply wonderful – both their acrobatics and their total body language added to the evening. Gymnasia was the very high point of the evening! I think most people will find this on the whole a modestly enjoyable entertainment – a somewhat toned down burlesque.

... "toned down burlesque" -- that REALLY hits the nail on the head!
THANKS!

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