Man of La Mancha" is no celebration -- the Quixote story is routinely interrupted as prisoners are sent before the Inquisition -- but Rodriguez Elliott's production stirs the blood
Strange Fruit illuminates the evil, stirs the blood
like Dylan's Masters of War, that searing attack on the arms industry and the men behind it, elegant and immoral suits selling tanks and killer 'copters to any brute with loot.
IT'S just the tonic for mid-winter blues - a sassy little "sportnatech" with a burbling engine and a whistling turbo that stirs the blood
out of suspended animation.
Dorati stirs the blood
, while Craft can make one drowsy.
THE Tory leadership contest is under way and I'm afraid no-one stirs the blood
Nothing stirs the blood
of social radicals and Victorian traditionalists more than mention of the B-word.
Meanwhile, in terms of spectacle, color, even excitement, the Marketplace Conference still appeals to the senses, still stirs the blood
of all but the most-hardened convention-goers, still arouses a sense of urgency, a memory of what once was and an expectation of what could be again.