The Poets’ Corner


A murder mystery loosely inspired by the marriage of Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath.

Production History:

THE POETS’ CORNER premiered at Theater for the New City in New York in May 1988. The production was directed by Betsy Shevey. The assistant director and production stage manager was Guy Gaell. Set and costume design: Mark Wendland. Lighting: Raymond J. Dooley. Puppets: Lynn Hippen. The program graphic (above) was designed by David Wojnarowicz. The cast was:

Hollis: Daniel Gerroll
Annette: Anna Levine
Tor: Patricia Kalember
Dell: Davidson Thomson

Production Photos:

Patricia Kalember, Davidson Thomson, Daniel Gerroll, and Anna Levine

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