Fresh off his work in LA playing hospital governor Carr Gomm in John Drouillard’s production of The Elephant Man, Sal Viscuso (Father Tim) is set to appear in The Seduction of Ingmar Bergman, an opera.
Based on the 2009 album of the same name by lovable musical duo Sparks, Seduction will run as the only live component of the Los Angeles Film Festival June 25th. This will be the show’s world premiere. (Check out the video clip above for background on the album itself.)
“All I can say is I am excited,” Sal says, which is not too surprising, as the actor doesn’t do anything by halves. “I have but very tiny ‘bits’ in it. As I told the true stars of it, the creators Russell & Ron Mael [aka Sparks], I would pay THEM to carry a spear in their production.”
The production will take place at the John Anson Ford Ampitheatre near the Hollywood Bowl. More info here.