Kathleen Turner

'High'

Review: 'High'

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Kathleen Turner is a dirty-talking, no-nonsense nun whose expert counseling skills are stretched when she takes on a gay teenaged junkie and street hustler facing jail time.

Turner flies 'High'

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It was hardly nunsense at Tuesday's opening night for "High" at the Booth Theater. Nonetheless, Kathleen Turner's Broadway return as caustically comic, foul mouthed Sister Jamison Connelly drew…

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Review: 'Our Betters'

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You don't have to be an American in Britain --- though it would probably help --- to enjoy "Our Betters," Somerset Maugham's rarely seen 1917 comedy with which Kathleen Turner makes her second…

Review: 'Indiscretions'

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One quick response to "Indiscretions"-- the very bad title given Jean Cocteau's 1938 play "Les Parents Terribles"-- would be to chalk it up as the latest show-offy import by a hot National Theater…

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