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August 16, 2008
RE "That Revolutionary Zeal," Aug. 11: David Ng's critique of "Les Miserables" at the Hollywood Bowl ("strenuous belting and big, hammy acting. . . . all the subtlety of a bayonet to the stomach") had more to do with his unfortunate seating arrangements than anything else. Too bad he couldn't have joined the bench-seated proletarians; the performance we heard in Section G was pure magic. Indeed, speaking as a 25-year veteran of summer sojourns to the Bowl, Sunday's "Les Miz" was one of their best.
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June 30, 2013 | By Matt Pearce and John Glionna
LAS VEGAS - At first, Heather Bell thought the falling woman was part of the show. She turned to her sister Madelyn and said, "Whoa. " Cirque du Soleil's performance of "Ka" - an elaborate acrobatic production featuring the company's trademark, daring aerial work - had reached its climactic battle scene Saturday night when something went horribly wrong. Sarah Guillot-Guyard, 31, a seven-year Cirque veteran known as Sassoon, had been dangling near a catwalk hidden far above the stage at the MGM Grand hotel and casino when the Bell sisters saw her go into a free fall and tumble out of sight, into the stage's pit. "It was just an instant," said Madelyn Bell, 17, of Pensacola, Fla. "She just fell.
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