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“Everyone’s putting themselves on online and thinks it’s great,” says Caniparoli, “So many things that are coming up in the news today really resonate with what was happening all those years ago.”, “I took a cue from the lyrics about the faces and the small spaces, so it grew out of the personalised kids bath towel, pink ballet shoes bath towel, children's ballet shoes swim towel, embroidered bath towel (choi Japanese culture,” he says, But there are more layers to the ballet in the choreography itself — first mundane daily life, then quiet personal longing and finally a deeper complexity of how we interact with each other and society..

Milan has been into tap since he was a little boy, and his main influence was Savion Glover, whom he describes as a percussionist first and a dancer second. (Glover provided the tap dancing and choreography for the movie “Happy Feet.”) Tap is becoming more and more popular in schools and festivals, says Milan. An innovative addition to the Rhythmic Circus is Aaron “Heatbox” Heaton. Heaton is a “beatboxer,” creating all sorts of sounds with his mouth and microphone. His innovative vocal percussion or “beatboxing” has opened for musicians such as Cee-Lo, Boyz II Men and George Clinton.

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But “Oliver!” is also about the small stuff. The musical contains a series of smaller stories — episodes, really — that gave just about every cast member a chance to shine, even if briefly, as the story of the orphan boy, Oliver (Trevor Gomez) unfolds. It begins at the orphanage where Oliver asks for more food and runs into the wrath, and large physical presence, of Mr. Bumble (Lucas de Ayora). As Oliver awaits his fate, Bumble and his sweetie-to-be, the Widow Corney (Shauna Shoptaw), get a bit of quiet time and a little courtship, ending with the outstanding rendition of “I Shall Scream,” a funny tune that gave the two performers a chance to blow the roof off the joint.