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July 20, 2009


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I've seen the DVD of that incredible Nicholas Nickleby play twice, and now I'm reading the book for the first time, and I can't help seeing those amazing performances as the characters. Newman Noggs will forever be a decayed Edward Petherbridge for me, and I love him the better for it, and Mr. Mantalini will be John McEnery forever. It would be marvelous to see it live.

Thanks, Gina. I'm really looking forward to the PlayMakers' Nicholas Nickleby

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