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Kathleen Turner's Off-Broadway Turn

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Feb. 20 2009, Published 12:41 p.m. ET

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Kathleen Turner -- who was one of the screen's great hotties in 1981's "Body Heat" and who went full-frontal on Broadway in "The Graduate" in 2002 -- will be back on stage this Saturday in the off-Broadway comedy 'The Third Story.'

However, she'll be wearing her clothes and a leg brace, and walking with a cane.

According to AP, the 54 year-old actress sustained a knee injury on Tuesday at the Lucille Lortel Theater where the 'The Third Story' is playing. Because the show has no understudies, three performances were cancelled.

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"Kathleen Turner personifies the attitude of the Broadway trouper," said MCC co-artistic director Bernard Telsey. "Against any odds, she must - and will - make her performance."

The comedy is about a mother-and-son writing team who run afoul of the Communist witch hunt in the 1950s. It runs through February 28.

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