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The red-blooded vivacity of Ms. Olin’s performance, however, pierces through the muck.
Autumn Hurlbert brings a Kristen Chenoweth-esque, bubbly, childlike vivacity to her role as Portia, the Puritan ingénue.
A Southern lilt could be detected in her delivery but her vibrancy and vivacity were rooted in Broadway.
There was a lot of bounce in the Bach, vivacity in the Vivaldi and je ne sais quoi in the Jean-Philippe Rameau.
Vivacity and fierce independence characterize Nini Guerry‘s portrayal of Belle.
His sentences are models of clarity and vivacity, sometimes further enlivened with wry authorial comments.
Miéville films their discussion with a deft drawing-room vivacity, as if Plato had stuck to his original calling as a playwright and became the Athenian answer to Philip Barry.
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