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"Edge" with Angelica Torn
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"Edge" is a dramatic, well  put presentation dealing with the psychic, tortured metaphysicality of the late fine American poet, Sylvia Plath - and expertly acted by Angelica Torn.  "Edge" is a one-woman tour d'wonder, that deftly unsettles the restful heart of any and all audience members.  Art should disturb, and a gifted artist is the vehicle that makes it conveyance complete. Here we have it two-fold: the lived life and written words of Plath and their skilled expression by way of Torn's energy, sensitivity, and understanding. 

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