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When I think of the first time I saw the Nutcracker I remember it to be very large and new and exciting for myself My grandmother took me to see it when I was about 5 and it showed at the Pittsburgh Theatre with a sold out jam packed crowd It was good to see the performance again at the Steele Auditorium on the half attended Friday and Saturday shows In my opinion the theatre is a little bit outdated and needs work The Lights look pretty good but the walls and sound system does not look or sound too well I suggest putting money into paint The Lights hushed low little kids wrestling in their seats to see the stage The Curtains Open to 2 kids collecting money where the couples are introduced as they are on their way to the mansion Each Couple are dressed in what seems to be their Sundays best The skim raises and you a luxurious mansion all decorated for Christmas with stockings hung and tree lit The kids enjoy their gifts with excitement on their face With the look of snow falling in the background and the atmosphere of a nice warm holiday cheer Everyone is all nice and friendly even the mysterious Drosselmeyer The couples dance with ritual dancing styles When they switch to the next scene the tree grow which is a very nice added effect Drpsselmeyers face glows in the window face of the grandfather clock The presents are taken away which I believed needed a black out to do this it looked a bit tacky without it Then the Rat King and his Rats appear and applause to the light director on this it made them look scary when they appeared and the costumes were very nice Then on came then cannon which I would like to add that no one was warned before hand that there was bright flashes of light that could
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