2012 Sylvia Plath Symposium Film Program

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2012 Sylvia Plath Symposium Film Program

  1. Friday, October 26, 2012 8:00 p.m.
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Commemorating the 50-year anniversary of Sylvia Plath Ariel poems, this gala will begin with live music featuring Lauren Bernofsky “Morning Song” trio of voice, cello and violin performed by Laurie Staring, Kit Boulding and Helen Ford. The screening portion of the program includes Sandra Lahire's film Lady Lazarusand 3 shorts with artist introductions:


Linda Adele Goodine and Herb Vincent Peterson's video The Bee Asana: Healing of Plath

Suzie Hanna and Tom Simmons' animated film The Girl Who Would Be God

A film clip from the Elizabeth Gray play Wish I Had a Sylvia Plath, with an introduction by Tracy Brain


You can find more information on the Sylvia Plath Symposium here.