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TURNING PAGE

TURNING PAGE

WRITTEN & PERFORMED BY ANGELICA PAGE
DIRECTED BY WILSON MILAM


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"I began developing Turning Page, under the direction of Tony nominated Wilson Milam in 2012 after years of avoiding the subject: Unearthing my late mother, Geraldine Page. I grew up in the center of her sparkling career which earned her a record-breaking eight Academy Award-nominations and made her one of the most influential and celebrated American artists of the 20th century. I also witnessed her personal life which was marred by loss and tragedy. As her only daughter I feel compelled to share her lessons and gifts with others who did and diid not have the opportunity to know her magic intimately. She was a true rebel and trail blazer. A masterful woman who was indeed ahead of her time and should not be forgotten anytime soon." -- Angelica Page

 

 

"Sacred and Spellbinding"

—ELIZABETH KEMP

 

“A stunning evening in the theatre. A master class in the art of acting. Mysterious, mythical and deeply moving.” 

— EDUARDO MACHADO

 

“A religious experience" 

 RENE RICARD

 

PRESs

 

"Actress, director, and producer Angelica Page joins WNYC to discuss her one-woman show “Turning Page.”

— WNYC - THE LEONARD LOPATE SHOW, March 10, 2017

 

"Directed by Wilson Milam, Turning Page tells Geraldine Page's unbelievable story, one of a rebel and trailblazer whose sparkling career earned her an Academy Award and a record-breaking eight nominations, and whose untimely death in 1987 deprived us of one of entertainment's most dazzling figures."

— THEATER MANIA March 1, 2017

 

"Angelica exploits her own movie star panache, her luminous skin and curvaceous full figure to go the limit."

— GOSSIP CENTRAL February 28, 2017

 

"Gloriously replicating the legendary actress Geraldine Page’s mannerisms, speech patterns and facial expressions, while wearing a variety of wigs, scarves and sunglasses, her daughter Angelica Page vividly pays tribute to her."

— THEATER SCENE February 28, 2017

 

"...You’ll be swept away by Angelica Page entering the world of life as Geraldine Page in all its complexity."

— THEATER PIZZAZ, February 25, 2017

 

“She’s gone but, still, you can’t get my mother off the stage — so I’m playing her. Channeling her through me. She’s talking about her life, letting it unravel. With imagination, I create reality. I bookend it as Angelica."

— NEW YORK POST, CINDY ADAMS, February 20, 2017

 

"Conjuring Geraldine Page: In a self-penned stage piece, the actress Angelica Page pays homage to the monumental artist who was her mother."

— THE NEW YORKER, February 13, 2017