PAUL HENDERSON: Late forties. Athletic build. Given to mood swings.
ADAM CONNOLLY: Mid-forties; Paul’s husband. Muscular, stoic.
JIM HENDERSON: Mid-seventies; Paul’s father. In the early stages of dementia.
DOROTHY HENDERSON: Mid-seventies; Paul’s mother. Empathetic but firm.
GEORGE FOX ENGSTROM HENDERSON-CONNOLLY: Known as Fox. Mid-twenties; Paul and Adam’s son. Tall, strong, and caring.
NANCY McCORMICK: Mid-twenties; Fox’s fiancée and his equal.
JULIE ENGSTROM: Late forties; Fox’s mother. Medical doctor, Quaker.
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One of the things I love most about Williams’ work is his distinctive voice; his explorations of the WASP world of the 21st century may bear the subtle influences of Lanford Wilson and A.R. Gurney, but the voice and the work are distinctly his own: warmer, less brittle, but just as potent. Reading “All Together Again,” a sequel to his earlier “All Together Now,” was a welcome visit with dear friends. Dear, dysfunctional, frustrating, and beloved friends one sticks with because they are, and always will be, a part of your life. I’m looking forward to part three! – Doug DeVita.
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