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Topic - John Doyle
Can obsession create genuine love? The question shudders with possibilities throughout the melodramatic musical "Passion," whose plot strains credulity, yet celebrates the erratic improbabilities of love.
Forget the movie. This "Exorcist" is turning heads _ by not turning heads.
The 41st annual Smithsonian Folklife Festival, this year celebrating the Mekong watershed, Northern Ireland and the roots of Virginia's culture, will be held from June 27 to July 1 and from July 4 to July 8 on the Mall between Seventh and 14th streets Northwest.
"You're always going to get audience members who are wanting to get what they first saw," Doyle said of "Exorcist"-film fans who give the stage version a shot. "My job is to tell the story as if it's never been told before."