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Edge to Reopen at Theatres at 45 Bleecker Street

By New York City
Angelica Torn in Edge
(© Carol Rosegg)
Angelica Torn in Edge
(© Carol Rosegg)
Paul Alexander's solo play Edge, which stars Angelica Torn as the late poet Sylvia Plath, will begin an open-ended run at the newly renovated Theatres at 45 Bleecker Street on Thursday, October 18. The show recently concluded a four-week run at the ArcLight Theatre and played the DR2 Theatre in 2003.

The play covers Plath's life from her early years in Boston to her infamous suicide attempt in 1953 to her troubled marriage to the poet Ted Hughes. Plath is best known as the author of The Bell Jar.

Torn starred on Broadway in Side Man and her many other stage credits include Vivat Vivat Regina, Death and the Maiden, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and From Riverdale to Riverhead. She is the daughter of Rip Torn and the late Geraldine Page.

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