Fresh from her sweetly seductive Honey in the Steppenwolf Theatre¿s production of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," Carrie Coon forged an intensely complicated young actress at the center of Michael Halberstam¿s sexy production of the Tom Stoppard drama of infidelity. Her Annie was hardly invulnerable, but nonetheless dangerous in her ability to get men to agree to almost anything. The ever-spontaneous Coon, whose recent work in Chicago has been nothing short of explosive, laid bare the most important thing about her character for those she seduces: she will surely walk out on them and there will be nothing they can do. Up next: Appearing in "The Girl in the Yellow Dress" at Next Theatre in January, and in "The March" at the Steppenwolf Theatre in April.
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