Leaving Herself Alone: Theater Darling Angelica Page Reflects on her Sensitive Emotional Process; and Why She Has No Problem Saying “No”, When a Director Says “Yes”
Not many people can say that Tennessee Williams read them bedtimes stories when they were young, but that’s par for the course when you were raised around legends like Angelica Page was. In this episode of Moment 2 Moment, multi-award-winning actress Angelica Page explores her life from growing up as the only daughter of acting icons Geraldine Page & Rip Torn, growing up around the likes of Truman Capote, all the way to being mentored by Estelle Parsons, and touring her own plays.
Join Angelica as she discusses the importance of acting through osmosis, touring with the Dead Kennedys, and what it’s like to have your head on the chopping block.
A native New Yorker now residing in Los Angeles, Angelica Page most recently starred on Broadway in “The Best Man”, and is touring “Turning Page”, a new play about her mother, the legendary late actress, Geraldine Page: “Angelica’s virtuosic conjuring of her mother’s spirit is something to behold” LA Times.