THEATER 2 - Kathleen Turner makes her New York directing...

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Theatre News Kathleen Turner makes her New York directing debut with the Pulitzer Prize winning Crimes of the Heart by Beth Henley opening 2/14 “I started on Broadway when I first came to New York, then soap operas and then back to theater and then films. But always, always coming back to theater, knowing that as the years went on, and as I changed ages and appearance and everything, theater is where the best women’s roles would ultimately be. That, of course, has proven to be true.” – Kathleen Turner
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provocative, hallucinatory imagery and often apocalyptic themes. his jarring and sometimes disturbing visuals, reflect his early training as a painter and set designer. In a series of abstract, mostly wordless scenes, “Hey Girl!” explores the girl’s tumultuous inner life and perception of feminine power and oppression Sitting in his car while braked at a traffic light in his native city, Cesena. Adolescent girls clustered a few feet away. Studying their body language and facial expressions, and noting how they were positioned in relation to the surrounding physical space, Mr. Castellucci was inspired to create an
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course THEATER 100 taught by Professor Lombardi during the Spring '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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