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Ended 19 Nov 2006 after 2 months

Uniquely connecting the worlds of music, theatre and dance, The Times They Are A Changin' is a fresh exploration of the timeless tale of a young man's coming of age told through the classic songs of music icon Bob Dylan and the bold visual imagination of legendary choreographer and theatre icon Twyla Tharp.

Closed 19 Nov 2006
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These Changin Times are Good Times,
Nov 04, 2006
reviewer: from Buffalo Ny
Not your ordinary musical. Something a little different that entertains but doesn't spoon feed you. Remarkable visuals, spectacular dancing and beautiful singing. This show has a tremendous amount of heart. What you need to know: there’s the young innocent son named Coyote (Michael Arden) and there’s a cute girl named Cleo (Lisa Brescia) and a sadistic father, Captain Ahrab (Thom Sesma) who runs a dilapidated circus. There is conflict between the generations.


The feelings are carried more on the emotional pull of the music and lyrics and carried out through the acrobatic ensemble of clowns (Lisa Gajda, Neil Haskell, Jason McDole, Charlie Neshyba-Hodges, Jonathan Nosan, John Selya and Ron Todorowski).


The focus is often split between solo singers and dancers forcing a choice. Watch both, or listen to the singer and watch the dance. Go and enjoy and I'm sure you'll want to go again. The music and visuals just stay with you.
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