Riverdance: Live from New York City (1997)





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Riverdance, the acclaimed Irish music and dance spectacular, comes to the Big Apple in this live video recorded at New York City's Radio City Music Hall. The New York performance features several new pieces never before available on video, including "American Wake" and "Harbour Of The New World." This production stars Jean Butler, Colin Dunne and Maria Pagés, along with a cast of 70 dancers and musicians.
Documentary , Musical & Performing Arts , Special Interest
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I mean it's ok if you like this sort of thing, but it is way to redundant. Something about the production is way to sterole. It seems to reinforce sterotypes about how anal white people can be. The production could have used alot more diversity. Truthfully, the most entertaining preformers in the show where the two black men. Unlike the rest of the show, there performance had alittle more flavor to to it. I pretty sure the audience would agree with me. I like the theme which revolves around european culture and the migration of european culture to America. I also enjpyed some of the singing. They need to work on the instrumental aspect music though. Truthfully, you shouldn't bother getting it. I could barely get myself to finish watching the DVD.

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