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  • A spokesman for the Private Equity Growth Capital Council declined to comment on Mr. Dear's criticism, but the trade group referred to its general position on the issue: Private equity is a vital source of capital, having invested nearly $150 billion in over 1,200 companies in 2010 alone.

    Calpers to Buyout Funds: Give Up Carried Interest

  • Mr. Dear's comments were his strongest critique yet on the tax break.

    Calpers to Buyout Funds: Give Up Carried Interest

  • Mr. Dear's text for these first two scenes pretty much leaves it up to Mr. Boyle to devise a mime performance that rapidly takes the Creature through infancy to adulthood, and the director departs from the play's script in several places elsewhere.

    Double the Pleasure in 'Frankenstein'

  • In performance, Dear's voice is heavily affected - giving him a deep, digital-sounding baritone.

    With real name, Dear brings the freaky

  • A union insider explains that they formed a perfect double act in which she compensated for Dear's lack of bureaucratic organisational skills.

    Michelle Stanistreet: The NUJ will punch above its weight

  • This is interesting, because Mr. Dear's text, in 30 scenes, has rapid transitions and juxtapositions of place that make it read like a screenplay.

    Double the Pleasure in 'Frankenstein'

  • What you get in Danny Boyle's production and Nick Dear's adaptation of Mary Shelley's mythic fable, with Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller alternating as Victor Frankenstein and the Creature, is neither shlock nor satire.

    Frankenstein - review

  • Nick Dear's award-winning BBC film drama, Eroica, which tells the story behind the creation of Beethoven's revolutionary Third Symphony and stars Ian Hart as the composer, is one of a selection of archive broadcasts also going out as part of the season.

    How the great symphonies became our soundtrack to a changing world

  • The echoes are still there in Dear's two-hour version but Shelley's rage against existing social structures is muted.

    Frankenstein - review

  • The epic "Little People Black City" cycled through 10 minutes of mood swings - from lush synthesizer-driven romance, to skeletal machine-funk - but at its emotional crest, the audience swaying along, Dear's desires got kind of creepy-crawly.

    With real name, Dear brings the freaky

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