It's Not Your Conventional Operetta - but It Is Stylish; Review
Do that nicely, I do that nicely, I do very nicely do that.
And leave me the I leave to you all the rest of the revelation.
Puzzled? About to rush into berating me for bad grammar?
Don't, for I am only quoting Mizz Gertrude Stein, whose surrealism permeates Robert Wilson's Saints and Singing, yet another original hit Festival event that's art enough and brilliant enough to make any Festival foam with rage at not having it.
These peculiar lines from Miss Stein, the ultimate gadabout surrealist, do very nicely indeed for Robert Wilson's 'operetta' which he has created from Miss Stein's original libretto, with nowt more alteration than a bit of transposition and some juggling with image …
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Publication information: Article title: It's Not Your Conventional Operetta - but It Is Stylish; Review. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: The News Letter (Belfast, Northern Ireland). Publication date: November 22, 1997. Page number: 10. © 2006 Johnston Publishing Ltd. COPYRIGHT 1997 Gale Group.
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