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“For less formal occasions a lighter version, without arches (and sometimes called the Diadem), is used.”
“Only one goes to F: James Ellor's seemingly endless "Diadem," which probably needs a Mormon Tabernacle-sized choir to really work anyway.”
“His singing voice is incredible, in his spare time he strolls out past the wire-mesh fighter runways looking for bigger planes-for he loves to practice the bass part to "Diadem" as the Flying Fortresses take off at full power, and even so you can hear him, bone-vibrating and pure above the bombers, all the way to Stoke Poges, you see.”
“Next after him came the sixty-four, the "Diadem," while”
“Diadem" is a delightful retelling of the ancient myths, as the newly abandoned teen princess-priestess, surrounded by fertility statuettes, relates family history, deludes herself about Theseus' love and relives her mother's roll in the hay with that bull.”
“Melrose stages "Diadem" with a light touch, using the subtle dissonances in Cliff Caruthers' score to accent Ariadne's misgivings.”
“Diadem" is its new companion piece, commissioned by the company where Chan is now playwright-in-residence and has more plays in development.”
“But the sole characters in Eugenie Chan's one-acts "Diadem" and "Bone to Pick" are the same woman - and not because they're both played by Paige Rogers in the Cutting Ball Theater production that opened Thursday at Exit on Taylor.”
“It's also because Rogers plays one person in "Diadem," and you can see the actor depicting youth.”
“In this last case, they are great losers, for the prospect is magnificent in the extreme, extending over valleys, ravines, and mountains without number (among the latter may be mentioned the colossal rock called the "Diadem"), thick forests of palms and other trees; and beyond all these, the mighty ocean, broken into a thousand waves against the rocks and reefs, and in the distance mingling with the azure sky.”
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