He was small and British and slyly funny.
Only Elisabeth Löffler, a slyly funny charmer, managed occasionally to rise above it all.
It is a slightly streamlined version of a dance whose power and interest resides in its abstracted and slyly funny storytelling.
These pieces aren't brain surgery; they insist that symphonic music can be slyly funny, and fun.
The score itself, executed in Cage's hand, is a beautiful, slyly funny drawing owned by the Whitney Museum.
On a stage with nine charismatic artists, Ms. Chin stood out as a ferocious and slyly funny poet with a skill for turning a clever phrase.
And the sentimentalizing of the young drug dealer's death adds nothing to the lusty, gritty, slyly funny dramatic verisimilitude of "So!
Carola Goya, herself a noted castanet player, was on hand with slyly funny commentary.
Taylor's first choreographic triumph was the slyly funny 3 Epitaphs in 1956.
In one slyly funny passage, the three shed their silver trousers and spit down into underpants they have pulled open.