The show combined artists from Spain with those from the
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The music and dancing were truly superb.
Being a new production, there was some room for improvement. The storyline was a bit weak, as the pull between the two cultures wasn't strong enough. Rather than a continuous narrative, it felt more like a series of random songs and dances. The final scene didn't show the Andalusians and Arabs coming together with the star, which would have made a stronger impact.
There were also times when the chorus seemed out of place, not adding much to the music.
With a few tweaks, The Lights of
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