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Nosferatu, A Symphony in Terror.

ensemble theatre · crown city theatre company · Ages 4+ · family friendly · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 05, 2017
tagged as: nosferatu · vampire · dance · art · German · bramstoker · ballet · dracula
Amazing show - a piece of art and must see for every theater fan! ... full review
NADIA LOPEZ June 12, 2017
ROB STEVENS certified reviewer June 05, 2017
Very good adaptation of the classic silent film.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 07, 2017
tagged as: dracula · vampire · vampires · Schreck · silent movies · ballet
Overall, a well-done production. They captured the tone and look of the film with a few props and a projector. I thought the Nosferatu was fantastic in particular, though the entire cast did a great job. The two leads (Thomas/Ellen) were also well-trained ballet dancers, performing lovely choreography.... full review
This was a lovely show and I liked it a lot. But--and this is curious--it changed a lot once Count Orlock appeared. Gone was the dance, almost entirely. And by then I expected a wonderful interpretation of the classic silent movie AS dance. So my reaction is to still desire that dance piece, interspersed with scenes more about movement. And yet--and a lot of this springs directly from the lead actors--I never lost interest, never stopped caring at least some for those lead characters, especially Thomas and Ellen.... full review
RYAN THOR certified reviewer June 11, 2017
It's a rollercoaster of emotions, even better the second time because there is a lot to take in! It's a real treat if you've not yet seen this show and I certainly recommend getting over to Nosferatu!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 11, 2017
This is a retelling of the silent film Nosferatu, in that the play is silent, and the actors wear white makeup akin to a black-and-white film. It's a very creative and entertaining endeavor! Definitely worth watching if you're a fan of vampires, silent films, motion/dance-based works, or something that's a little bit different.... full review
STEVE PINKNEY June 12, 2017
This is one show that will become my own cult classic.... full review
ANONYMOUS June 14, 2017
tagged as: Horror
Overall, I like it as a silent movement piece. However, the first 15 minutes was a stretch for me. It could have been shorter in the beginning so Nosferatu could have been introduced sooner. It honestly wasn't as terrifying as I hope it'd be. More like a sad love story. ... full review
RICHARD GRAVES certified reviewer June 15, 2017
A terrific play! A wonderful cast! Great acting, dancing, and staging! Interesting costumes and makeup. Very atmospheric, mood-drenched and spooky in all the right ways. The leads are terrific and they are very likable! The vampire is effectively creepy! All three are exceptionally physically expressive - very important given that this is an homage to the silent movie era. Very well done! This is sure to be one of the biggest hits of the 2017 Fringe Festival and deservedly so! Go see it!... full review


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