"Well think of all the force needed to maintain control, the fact that we all teeter on the edge of madness. The more energy required to make things work, the greater the stakes, the danger in losing control."
Chalfant is a Tony Award-nominated and Obie and Drama Desk Award-winning American actress who came to prominence for her role in Tony Kushner's Angels in America: Millennium Approaches. As Vivian Bearing in Margaret Edson's play Wit for she received the Outer Critics, Drama Desk, Obie and Lucille Lortel awards. During her work with Wit, she incorporated her experiences dealing with the concurrent terminal cancer of her brother Alan Palmer. In addition, she shaved her head for the role. For her 2003 performance in Alan Bennett's Talking Heads, Chalfant won a second Obie award. This year she was in Tony Gilroy's Duplicity, had a recurring role on the FX series Rescue Me and can be seen in the new NBC series Mercy this fall.
Margaret Klenck MDiv, LP, is a Jungian Analyst in private practice in New York City. She is a graduate from the C.G. Jung Institute of New York, and holds a Masters of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary, where she concentrated in Psychology and Religion. Margaret is a member of the newly formed Jungian Psychoanalytic Association in New York, for which she is the Director of Admission and Vice President, as well as faculty member and supervisor. She is also a member and on the faculty of the Philadelphia Association of Jungian Analysts and has served on the faculty of the Blanton-Peale Institute. Recently, Margaret participated in the PBS two-part series “The Question of God: Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis.
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