Tag Archives: CHRISTOPH WALTZ

Bring On The Baritone: Simon Boccanegra

By Victoria Looseleaf He may be in the twilight/autumn of his years, but at 71, megatenor-turned-baritone Plácido Domingo, still has it going on. Tackling the title role of Giuseppe Verdi’s Simon Boccanegra, Domingo rocked the rafters of the Dorothy Chandler … Continue reading

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Carnage: Cuddly Not Cruel

By Victoria Looseleaf Virginia Woolf – as in Liz Taylor and Richard Burton‘s Who’s Afraid Of – it ain’t. We loved Yasmina Reza’s play, God of Carnage (click here for our coverage, including our KUSC interviews with Marcia Gay Harden … Continue reading

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Chaos & Clafoutis = Carnage

By Victoria Looseleaf The Leaf wishes she could be in Venice in the coming weeks for the world premiere of Roman Polanski’s latest flick, Carnage, an adaptation from Yasmina Reza’s Tony Award-winning play, God of Carnage. The French-born Reza is … Continue reading

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