No one ever said getting straight was easy. Sister Jamison Connolly knows that all too well - she's both an alcoholic as
well as a substance abuse counselor. But her newest case is a thick-skinned 19-year-old who doesn't want to listen, and seems
ready to drive her back to the bottle. Kathleen Turner delivers a tour-de-force performance as Connolly. Get High tickets to see her on stage.
Matthew Lombardo's High explores the obsessive impulses that cause people to self-destruct, but also makes them human.
When the show comes to New York, it will bring famed actress Kathleen Turner to the starring role. Turner brings immense experience
to the role of Sister Jamison Connolly, a nun with a drinking problem who is struggling with her faith. But who better to
play the part then the star of 2005's production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
High is going to be drawing in theater fans from all corners of New York, so make sure you get your tickets early to
see it at the Booth Theatre.
Opened in 1913, the theater was named after Edwin Booth - the actor and brother to the infamous John Wilkes Booth.
High is one of those shows that you can't help but be impressed by. If you love character-driven dramas that delve deep
into human psychology, then High is the perfect show for you. Make sure you get your tickets today.