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Title: A World Without Warmth. 'The Snow Queen' by Hans Christian Anderson. Windmill Performing Arts and Sydney Theatre Company [review]
Authors: Bramwell, Murray Ross
Keywords: Theatre Reviews
Drama Reviews
Windmill Performing Arts
Sydney Theatre Company
Wojciech Pisarek
Elaine Hudson
Eamon D'Arcy
Nigel Levings
Mark Thompson
Julian Meyrick
Nancye Hayes
Verity Laughton
Nuala Hafner
Cameron Goodall
Mark Brady
Amber McMahon
Issue Date: 29-Sep-2003
Publisher: The Australian
Citation: Bramwell, Murray 2003. A World Without Warmth. Review of 'The Snow Queen' by Windmill Performing Arts and Sydney Theatre Company. 'The Australian', 29 September 2003, 9.
Abstract: The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Anderson is a children’s story but it is a mighty complicated one to stage. For one thing, it is not a single story but a series of episodes - involving quests and danger, magical situations and animal helpers. For another, it has quite difficult, shall we say, adult concepts.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/38
ISSN: 1038-8761
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