John Malkovich Talks About Playing a Late-in-Life Casanova in The Giacomo Variations

Director Michael Sturminger and conductor Martin Haselboeck also share their thoughts about the production.

John Malkovich (Dangerous Liaisons, Con Air) along with his fellow cast and creative team held a press conference on Wednesday, May 29 before rehearsing their show The Giacomo Variations at New York City Center. Malkovich discusses playing a character who has his good days behind him and director Michael Sturminger tells us a story that he found in the late Casanova's memoir. The Giacomo Variations plays New York City Center May 30-June 2.

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