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  • I could only watch part of this clip because being slapped in the face with his downward spiral since Dangerous Liaisons is just too disturbing.

    JOHN MALKOVICH GETS INTERVIEWED IN BATH

  • Granted, in Dragonrealms, there are staff volunteer positions called Liaisons whose job it is to play messenger boy between the players and the Gurus, who are supposed to take the burden of coding.

    Datamining the Forums

  • Think of those wonderful lyrics from Sondheim's "Liaisons":

    Brooks Peters: Fame Fatale

  • The actress talked about the show, which is based on an 18th-century novel about sex and power games on the eve of the French Revolution, before "Liaisons" went into previews (it opens May 1).

    Lady Killer

  • In the last several decades "Liaisons" has been adapted into at least three movies including the big one with John Malcovitch and Glenn Close, one or two ballets and an opera whose premiere in San Francisco was televised nationally.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • This "Liaisons" is an evening's entertainment, but hopefully as the long run goes on it will sharpen its teeth and bare its bodice a little more.

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  • This "Liaisons" is an evening's entertainment, but hopefully as the long run goes on it will sharpen its teeth and bare its bodice a little more.

    timesunion.com: Local Breaking News

  • And even at 84, she nails her one big number, "Liaisons," with the sort of show-stopping bravura that marked her classic "The Ladies Who Lunch."

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  • During the first of three critics 'performances, she showed evidence of her widely reported memory lapses in her one solo, "Liaisons," a five-minute tune that appeared tortuous to her, though expert musical director Rob Bowman managed to keep the band treading music until Stritch found her way.

    Variety.com

  • During the first of three critics 'performances, she showed evidence of her widely reported memory lapses in her one solo, "Liaisons," a five-minute tune that appeared tortuous to her, though expert musical director Rob Bowman managed to keep the band treading music until Stritch found her way.

    Variety.com

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