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The lion queen

Wildly creative Julie Taymor brings a fierce vision to theater

By Catherine Foster
Globe Staff / July 11, 2004

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Julie Taymor was lying hidden under a banyan tree in Bali, nursing a leg wounded by a rock spit from a volcano, when a group of old men walked out of the darkness, dressed in brocade costumes. Taymor, who had trekked to this remote village to see a rare ceremony, watched as the men began to perform a traditional war ... (Full Article: 1861 Words)

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