People, May 22, 1995


Hell, as it turns out, hath a lot more fury than a woman scorned-at least if the woman is Kathleen Turner. The bassoon-voiced actress, starring on Broadway in Indiscretions (a revival of Jean Cocteau's Les Parents Terribles), was the only member of the show's five-person cast not to get a Tony nomination. The snub was compounded in awkwardness because Turner had been chosen to read the nominations to the press and because her fellow reader, Jeremy Irons, then drawled cattily, "I always think it's better to be nominated than to win." Other than that, how do you like...

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