Leading from the harpsichord, maestro Patrick Summers caresses every marvel out of Handel. Watch his hands as he coaxes sound out of his ensemble; he could give lessons to Houston Ballet in port de bras. Unlike Traviata , where the orchestra was far upstage and under the raked stage, Caesar's smaller orchestra is closer to us on the stage floor but still positioned in back of the singers. The sound remains muffled and distant. No matter how curtained or partitioned, one cannot make GRB sound like the Wortham. Nor can unflattering footlights mimic the arc lights of a Hollywood studio. You want to yell, "Go into your light," until you realize there is no light for them to go into.
It may be hard to diagnose cauda equina syndrome . Symptoms vary and may come on slowly. They also mimic other conditions. Frequent symptoms include: Severe low back pain; pain, numbness, or weakness in one or both legs that causes you to stumble or have trouble getting up from a chair; loss of or altered sensations in your legs, buttocks, inner thighs, backs of your legs, or feet that is severe or gets worse and worse; you may experience this as trouble feeling anything in the areas of your body that would sit in a saddle (called saddle anesthesia); recent problem with bladder or bowel function, such as trouble eliminating urine or waste (retention) or trouble holding it (incontinence). http://.