Tag Archives: THE SOPRANOS

Crack TV: Drum Rolls For Downton Abbey

By Victoria Looseleaf As our loyal readers know, we recently admitted that the PBS smash, Downton Abbey, is our TV DOC (drug of choice). And now that Season 2, having to do with World War I and its ramifications, has … Continue reading

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Downton Abbey: Our TV Drug of Choice

By Victoria Looseleaf Okay, so we arrived a tad late to the party, the feast that is Downton Abbey, the series that won six Emmys last year and will probably clean up at the Globes this weekend. But we’re in … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Jimmy Darmody

By Victoria Looseleaf Say it ain’t so, Terence Winter. Has the fabulous Mr. Darmody, AKA, Michael Pitt, really left your incredible HBO series, Boardwalk Empire, for that great TV heaven in the sky? (Wherever the hell that is, resting place … 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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Eugene Onegin: Living Unhappily Ever After

By Victoria Looseleaf Audience fashion faux pas abounded, and the curtain came clunking down – not once, but twice – on opening night of Los Angeles Opera’s 26th season. Funny that, as the curtain also “lurched” when Plácido Domingo sang Otello … Continue reading

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