Edge, with Angelica Torn, Reopens Off-Broadway Oct. 18

News   Edge, with Angelica Torn, Reopens Off-Broadway Oct. 18
 
Edge, the one-woman drama about the late Sylvia Plath that played a recent engagement at the ArcLight Theatre, reopens at the Theatres at 45 Bleecker Street Oct. 18.
Angelica Torn
Angelica Torn Photo by Aubrey Reuben

Angelica Torn, who played the legendary poet and author in the original 2003 run as well as the recent engagement, again stars in the work, which is written and directed by Paul Alexander. Alexander's play is set in London on the last day of Plath's life (Feb. 11, 1963) as she reflects on her experiences, including her early years in Massachusetts, her time at Smith College and her suicide attempt in 1953; the latter was the subject of her autobiographical novel, "The Bell Jar." Edge also focuses on her two children, her love/hate relationship with poet Ted Hughes and the events that led to her death.

Angelica Torn, daughter of Geraldine Page and Rip Torn, and brother of Tony, starred in the New York, London and Washington productions of Side Man, for which she received the People's Choice Award and a Helen Hayes Award. Torn's other theatrical credits include Vivat Vivat Regina, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, The Miracle Worker, Still Living, The Red Devil Battery Sign, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Miss Julie, In the Show of the Glen and Strangers in the Land of Canaan.

Show times are Thursday-Saturday at 8 PM and Sunday at 3 PM.

Tickets, priced $35-$45, are available by calling (212) 239-6200 or by visiting www.telecharge.com. The theatre is located at 45 Bleecker Street and Lafayette.

For more information visit www.edgeonstage.com.

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