Tag Archives: MARCIA GAY HARDEN

Gaga For Van Gogh

By Victoria Looseleaf He was the tortured artist in every sense: misunderstood, broke (he was supported by his brother), and afflicted with what was then diagnosed as non-convulsive epilepsy – invisible fits believed to occur in the brain. He was, … 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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