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ACT: Review “The Unicorn Tapistries”

A Review of ‘The Unicorn Tapestries’ performed on May 22

“Words don’t begin to capture the magic.”

TUT The lady and the unicorn (Sere & Amza)

“The ever-talented members of ACT took to the stage once again to combine history, art, music and dance in its production of ‘The Unicorn Tapestries’. Fair maidens and stalwart knights abounded, but instead of jousts and battles, six tapestries woven in Flanders at the beginning of the 16th century provided the focus for the tale. What a treat to watch as the company spun their story around the warp and weft of the glorious Lady and the Unicorn tapestries! It’s the company’s ability to combine meticulously researched historical fact, music, original narrative, dance and then apply their own brand of magic to delight—and inform—an audience.”

Extracted from this week’s Chronicle, article written by Sister.




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