The issue of remounting
was last considered in 2005, following on from the high-profile incident where Kauto Star as remounted in a Novices' Chase at Exeter, after which he was found to be injured.
But why must the Los Angeles Opera put this maxim to the test by remounting
Ian Judge's staging of it less than two years after that production had its premiere here?
The first race was a red-hot battle with Scottish rider Billy Mackenzie, who snatched victory after the two riders collided and Nunn crashed, remounting
to finish five seconds adrift of the Scotsman at the chequered flag.
Like the recent revival of The Rocky Horror Show, this Little Shop isn't just a cynical Xerox of a presold product but a first-class remounting
Residents a remounting
a campaign to stop the scheme going ahead.
Other major honorees included versions of "Putting It Together" at the Court Theater (six awards) and the Goodman Theater's remounting
of the Broadway flop "Play On
Another chuck feature allows remounting
previously bored soft jaws without the need of reboring them.
Director Chen Shi-Zheng is remounting
his spectacular production of The Peony Pavilion, marking only the second time that it will have been seen in the United States.
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The Eider is too long; water jumps and certain fences are too tricky; remounting
is too emotive (why, can anyone recall long-term harm to a single horse who has been remounted?
Well, veteran jockey Rodi Greene (below), is guilty in the third instant only and his punishment for remounting
22-1 outsider Thyne Spirit at Cheltenham last Saturday has caused an almighty stink in the weighing room - one that the powers that be at BHA headquarters would do well to investigate.
But it's things that come in threes that stand out on this year's schedule: Hermit Arts is remounting
the first two parts of Idris Goodwin's Danger Face trilogy, about outlaw brothers Jack and Wayne, and--after making audiences stew in suspense for a whole extra year--will premiere its final installment.
When I arrived I discovered that Ballet West was there; a splendid and faithful remounting
of Echoing of Trumpets was there; even Salt Lake City itself, complete with surrounding mountains and fresh-faced citizenry, was there.
But I digress from John's point about the madness of remounting
its acclaimed 1993 production - with David Hockney's sensationally sensuous sets - for the first time, the company is staking a claim at being the most risk-taking opera house in America, at least through mid-March, when this production and Robert Wilson's stunning reconception of ``Madama Butterfly'' close.