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Topic - Kathleen Mcnenny
"The play is about a marriage that is at least 20 years old. It's about a marriage that has children. It's about a marriage that's had struggle," McNenny says. "The marriage is very complicated. So if we come in with people we didn't know, there's a period of time before you even start to build with that. With us, a lot of steps got cut out of the process."
("We intersected almost zero onstage," she says.) They also were in A.R. Gurney's "Sylvia" in 2010 at the George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, N.J. But that's about it, until now.