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  • The play ( "Extremities") was an incredibly intense, very physical show that opened with a graphic and horrifying rape scene and just got worse from there.

    David Dean Bottrell: Kings and Angels

  • Amazingly, she landed the movie version of "Extremities" (over Sarandon) and would go on to other films earning the praise of co-stars like Richard Gere and Robert Duvall.

    David Dean Bottrell: Kings and Angels

  • "Extremities" brought her critical and commercial acclaim, and a Golden Globe for Best Actress.

    Charles Karel Bouley: Feathering For Fawcett

  • "Extremities" was the first play staged at the theater's old walk-up space on Assembly Street 25 years ago.

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  • "Extremities," about a woman who turns the table on her would-be rapist and then struggles along with her two roommates about what to do with him.

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  • "Extremities," visited Germany this year for stem-cell treatment.

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  • Despite being the show's biggest star she quit after its first run to pursue a more serious acting career, with roles in 'The Cookout', 'Extremities' and 'The Burning Red'.

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  • Despite being the show's biggest star she quit after its first run to pursue a more serious acting career, with roles in "The Cookout," "Extremities" and "The Burning Bed."

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  • As further proof of her acting credentials, Fawcett appeared off-Broadway in "Extremities" as a woman who is raped in her own home.

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  • "Extremities," about a rape victim who takes revenge on her attacker.

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