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"Going to Extremes to Seek Dramatic Accuracy"

on Monday, 06 September 2010. Posted in Media Updates

"Going to Extremes to Seek Dramatic Accuracy"

New York Times

The critics, the financial backers, the friends and the family of cast and crew came to see Paul Weitz’s comedy “Trust,” but one more interested observer needed to weigh in, and she wasn’t there to judge which lines got the biggest laughs.

Mistress Kaya, a New York dominatrix, had been hired to help the cast, which includes Zach Braff and Sutton Foster, learn more about how to bring S&M to the stage.

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