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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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The Mighty Olympia Dukakis

By Victoria Looseleaf Although she’s only got about 12 lines in the two-character play, Vigil, Olympia Dukakis is riveting. Like a silent screen actress, she telegraphs an array of emotions – frustration, sadness, horror, glee, surprise –  when listening, responding … Continue reading

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Debbie Allen: Fierce, Fabulous and So Fine

By Victoria Looseleaf They call her ‘Ms. Allen.’ And with good cause. She’s a force of nature and has been respected and beloved in the entertainment world for decades. The Leaf recently had the honor of writing a cover story … Continue reading

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