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Riverdance: The New Show (1996)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Jean Butler Jean Butler ... Lead Dancer
Colin Dunne Colin Dunne ... Lead Dancer
María Pagés María Pagés ... Flamenco dancer
Katie McMahon Katie McMahon ... Riverdance Solo Singer
Morgan Crowley Morgan Crowley ... Riverdance Solo Singer
Tarik Winston Tarik Winston ... Tap dancer
Daniel B. Wooten Daniel B. Wooten ... Tap dancer
Eileen Ivers Eileen Ivers ... Violinist
Ivan Thomas Ivan Thomas ... Solo Singer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Kavanagh ... Narrator
Eileen Martin Eileen Martin ... Dancer
Glenn Simpson Glenn Simpson ... Dancer (as Glen Simpson)
Danny Wooten ... Tap Dancer
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Documentary | Music

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Details

Official Sites:

Tyrone Productions

Country:

Ireland

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 February 1999 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Riverdance in New York See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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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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Couldn't they find better editors?
20 June 2001 | by moutelikSee all my reviews

The show is GREAT. No words to describe it. Wonderful music. Incredible dance. The editors couldn't spoil it, not because they were not *that*bad*, but because the show is really *that*good*.

The editors are compulsive cutters, you can't see a scene without a cut for more than 15 secs. It's OK to show various angles, but those guys were working with multiple cameras for the first time in their lives, and they will remind you of how many cameras they have every five seconds on average... They manage to film the start of a jump with one camera, then cut it in the middle, and show the rest of it in another angle.

No matter how much they tried, they couldn't spoil that wonderful show. It's a must for dance and music lovers.


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