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CAST: Danny Aiello, Anthony LaPaglia, Lainie Kazan, Frank Pesce, Donna Magnani, Rick Aiello, Vic Manni, Ron Karabatsos, Robert Forster, Joe Franklin, Pete Antico; DIRECTED BY: George Gallo; PRODUCER: David Permut;
It is perhaps no surprise that the artistic milieu that brought us the Fabergé egg created this ballet for Imperial audiences. This reconstructed ballet is, then, a treasure all can appreciate. As with Fabergé one revels in the immediacy of the colours first of all, and in the richness of the object. On closer inspection the details emerge: the fine guiloché of Petipa’s grand symmetrical floor plans, the careful, finely shaded steps, the individual gems of his set pieces that charm and delight the whole work an object of great richness*. For all its splendours and ornateness the piece (like those famous eggs) is not ostentatious: the works are marked by that well-integrated and finely polished loving hand of craft, not even signed or stamped embossed: the signature is in the work... Ratmansky and Petipa’s surety of touch delivers a wonderful artistic confection. It is true that as with Fabergé’s output, this ballet has been created at commission, but as with Fabergé that fact is immaterial: the craft and care show through. Nowhere did this come through better than in the Prologue: the fairies have emerged and presented themselves before the King and Queen (and of course, baby Beauty herself: link here ). Four cavaliers (a foreshadowing of Aurora’s marriage rite de... Lilac Fairy’s theme begins. Three clusters in rings form around a fairy each, and all relevé as one, orbit in circles around their fairy, to beguile the eye’s sense of unity and symmetry. Larger circles develop and contract in orderly pattern and time, and to close the piece, a line of lilac attendants all pose at the front of the stage to complete the eye picture. Nowhere have I seen that moment make more sense than here. Watching Ratmansky’s Beauty is a continual revelation like this. It is rather like listening to old dialects of a language one speaks: this is still ballet, but in an older form: in inflection and accent “older” but still comprehensible and lovable. One thinks back to Crystal and his son speaking Shakespeare. With less extreme exaggeration of bodily inflection (softer limbs, no legs up to ears) the whole accent of moment is changed. Too, others have noted that Ashton’s choreography is a direct derivation from this style. Certainly he must have encountered remnants of the style when he became the director of Vic Wells ballet: they also used. Source: The Operatunist
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Linemen-Aaron Miller, Oberlin Firelands, 5-10, 225, sr.; Michael Johnson, Ashtabula Edgewood, 5-11, 230, sr.; Manni Malone, Chardon Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin, 5-9, 209, so.; Devon McFeaters, Sheffield Brookside, 5-9, 200, sr. Linebackers-Nick Lauria
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Vic Manni, Actor: Bad Boys. Vic Manni is known for his work on Bad Boys (1995), Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000) and Armageddon (1998).
Victor Manni was hired by film producer Don Simpson as a bodyguard in the 1980s after he was threatened by the Mafia. Simpson helped Manni start an acting career ...
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