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The nuttily original Liz Prince designed the costumes for both.
Those qualities turned the major pieces on the program into one of the happiest and most nuttily inspired dance events of the season.
Jock Soto was both dapper and nuttily amusing.
They also praised Ryan's "terrific" performance and concluded that the film is "a nuttily engaging tale of betrayal and, perhaps, redemption."
There's also something nuttily impressive about the demented profligacy with which "Getting Away With Murder" has been produced.
Their intertwinings look silken, their combative moments playful and their nuttily significant gestures preserved glowingly in amber.
The costumes, nuttily outlandish and beautifully simple, were designed by Jonathan Berger and Mr. Heron.
Barrymore plays a frumpy newspaper copy editor who's ordered to go undercover as a high-school student by a nuttily competitive publisher (Garry Marshall).
For dessert there was a moist, nuttily delicious carrot cake, a well-balanced (not excessively sweet) amaretto cake and light, homemade cheesecake with a cream-cheese edging.
Recently, fond memories of a few bite-size favorites were supplanted by fonder recollections of Guy Maddin's nuttily wonderful "Brand Upon the Brain!
It's being wrecked by excessive regulation, high taxes, the greed of government employee's unions, a corrupt legislature, and a smug, affluent, and nuttily carbon-phobic elite living near the coast.
Mr. De Palma obviously enjoys hanging out with this decadent brood, whose demons read as symptomatic of the city it calls home and whose pathologies prove nuttily entertaining.
There was one disastrous production number, choreographed by Debbie Allen in a nuttily chaotic style that managed to echo the Oscar-night parody in "Naked Gun 33 1/3."
"Open Heart" blends the themes of medicine, madness, destructive love and Indian mysticism into a story that might come across as nuttily New Age from a less mature and accomplished writer.
He brings out its middle-class absurdities (speaking of absurdities, kudos to Scott Pask for his nuttily underwear-festooned set), and imbues it with just the slightest whiff of sadness.
Lucy wants love, and she goes coast to coast looking for it in "Quake," a play by Melanie Marnich that somehow manages to be nuttily inventive and oddly familiar at the same time.
All combine to form a choreographic style that is at times nuttily peculiar but always great fun and exciting for the way it glories in gutsy physicality, and for its colorful music and vivid bits of dramatic detail.
Open-source enthusiasts, by contrast, are precisely the sort of people you'd like to see inspecting the voting code; they're often libertarian freaks, nuttily suspicious of centralized power, and they'd scream to the high heavens if they found anything wrong.
Today the very idea of using commercial airliners as weapons doesn't sound improbable at all, yet the Byck character, as vividly portrayed by the actor Mario Contone, is so nuttily flamboyant that it's hard to feel oversensitive about 21st-century parallels.
But with the nuttily proletarian editor Kelvin MacKenzie in charge, it failed to provide a bracing populist broadsheet for middle-class values and perpetuated instead the cult of the working-class Brit: his beer, his telly, his misogyny, his England.
His "Kabaret" brought out the underlying humanity of his work, evident in his choices for a postmodernist variety show that included a "female-female impersonator" in a reverse striptease, a nuttily hyperactive go-go dancer and the indefinable Dr. Donut.
In a busy, vigorously told, increasingly trippy story, Mr. King also includes an anti-alien paramilitary operation at the hands of one Abe Kurtz, whose nuttily dictatorial behavior would be clear enough without mention of "Heart of Darkness" and "Apocalypse Now."
All but the giddiest New York travelogues tend to agree that the city can be a dangerous place, maybe not as sin-soaked as "Bad Lieutenant" (in the Indie series) suggests, but at least as nuttily perilous as the setting for "Little Murders."
And as Jell-O's copywriters hit their stride, their message became ever more nuttily universalized, with mentions of the product inserted into nursery rhymes and even Bible stories - as in one ad that showed Eve serving some tempting Apple Snow Jell-O.