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Kathleen Turner takes her kit off, as the British so charmingly put it, in writer-director Terry Johnson’s theater version of “The Graduate,” and London hasn’t got itself into such a lather since Nicole Kidman left town. Well, that fulsome body certainly does, and as far as Johnson’s play allows her — which sometimes isn’t very far at all — her performance does, too.
Don’t expect to find Anne Bancroft’s movingly desolate film seductress in a stage adaptation that ultimately turns on this fellatio-loving Mrs.
Robinson no less forcefully than do Benjamin and Elaine.
“You are a bitch,” Matthew Rhys’ 21-year-old boy toy challenges her in an ending that upends in every way the finale well-remembered from the 1967 film. Robinson very much is, even if — and not for the first time — it’s the vixen of the piece who usurps proceedings.