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Riverdance: The New Show (1996)

Video  -  Documentary | Music  -  24 February 1999 (Japan)
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Credited cast:
Jean Butler ...
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Colin Dunne ...
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María Pagés ...
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Katie McMahon ...
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Morgan Crowley ...
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Tarik Winston ...
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Daniel B. Wooten ...
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Eileen Ivers ...
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Ivan Thomas ...
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Narrator: Thunder and lightning batter the rocks. The winds howl, and great storms break on the forest, scatter the herds like grain. Fire leaps from dark to dark, fear and anger leap to meet it - we will not go down. We will not be beaten down like grain.
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just about half as impressive
29 May 2004 | by (Iceland) – See all my reviews

The New Show is just about half as impressive as Michael Flatley's Feet of Flames. Angles and perspectives of the camera were almost annoying at times and the show itself lacked the spark of adventure and mystique I saw in Feet of Flames, Possibly because this seems to be set up in NY and not in forests of England? :) The set and special effects could have been better too. However the music and dance lived up to expectations, though it lacked the master himself. This isn't a must have for every Riverdance fans, but still fun to watch it for the music once or twice.


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