An Oliver Twist to re­mem­ber

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Last Fri­day, the mu­si­cal show Oliver Twist ended the Christ­mas sea­son ‘Nadal In­fan­til Cul­tural’ in la Nu­cia.

The pub­lic, full of chil­dren, fam­ily and friends of the ac­tors, filled ‘L’Au­di­tori d la Mediter­rànea de La Nucía’ in an­tic­i­pa­tion of the chil­dren’s mu­si­cal.

Over 50 young ac­tors and ac­tresses (35 chil­dren and 15 adults) trans­ported the au­di­ence to 19th Cen­tury Lon­don recre­at­ing the ad­ven­tures and mis­ad­ven­tures of the fa­mous or­phan Oliver Twist .

The mu­si­cal by the Ali­cante the­atre group Taules Teatre was a com­plete suc­cess with the au­di­ence ded­i­cat­ing a stand­ing ova­tion show­ing their ap­pre­ci­a­tion and ad­mi­ra­tion of the ef­forts made by all the ac­tors in­volved.

An­dreas Vi­dal Lozano, who is only 6 years old played Oliver Twist and played the part per­fectly mas­ter­ing the script and learn­ing his lines de­spite the fact that he is still learn­ing to read.

José An­to­nio Pérez Fresco is the di­rec­tor of Taules Teatre and also plays a part this adap­ta­tion of the Charles Dick­ens novel. The mu­sic, am­bi­ence, wardrobe cos­tumes, dec­o­ra­tion and scenery to­gether with the pro­fes­sion­al­ism of the ac­tors who played their parts so well made this pro­duc­tion a true suc­cess and to­gether with the songs and chore­ogra­phies the mes­sage of loy­alty, friend­ship and ca­ma­raderie shone through.

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