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DANCE REVIEW

Romeo meets Radiohead

Gaj Zmavc and Tijuana Krizman in “Radio and Juliet,’’ choreographer Edward Clug’s abstract take on Shakespeare. Gaj Zmavc and Tijuana Krizman in “Radio and Juliet,’’ choreographer Edward Clug’s abstract take on Shakespeare. (Karli Cadel)
By Janine Parker
Globe Correspondent / July 4, 2009

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BECKET - Romeo and Juliet may well be our favorite tragic couple, with a tale ever tantalizing to filmmakers, theater artists, composers, and choreographers. Their story is also often tweaked: Among the notable altered-ending productions are the classic musical “West Side Story’’ (Maria lives, pondering the futility of violence) and Mark Morris’s 2008 “Romeo and Juliet: On Motifs of Shakespeare’’ ... (Full article: 558 words)

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