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She frequently performs in concert throughout the U.

S and has performed with musical organizations such as the New York Philharmonic and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.

In fact, Swenson says he is learning more about his wife as an artist having the opportunity to work with her on a show from its early genesis through the run. But she's like, 'wait, this isn't making sense to me, let's talk this out, let's make sure this works.' The way that feeds into what's coming up, it just keeps everything grounded in truth instead of having these little puddles of non-truths that could really trip you up.

"Because I've never really worked up a show with Audra I feel like I'm learning things about her that I had no idea about," he told me. You think you know somebody pretty intimately but there's this huge part of Audra that I haven't ever really got to experience," he added. I feel like I'm learning something every day the way that she is this truth-seeking missile who will absolutely mine a moment within an inch of its life to find the truthfulness in it and the way that that has a ripple effect throughout the coming moments." Swenson then humbly added in a way that only a truly confident actor and loving partner would be willing to reveal to an interviewer: "If she doesn't believe something, I would... I'm just learning a lot from working with her." Mc Donald then added that she would say the same about her husband.

Mc Donald appeared as Lizzie in the Roundabout Theatre Company’s 2007 revival of 110 in the Shade, directed by Lonny Price at Studio 54, for which she shared the Drama Desk Award for Best Actress in a Musical with Donna Murphy.

Mc Donald appeared in a revised version of Porgy and Bess, at the Loeb Drama Center (in Cambridge, Massachusetts) from August through September 2011, and recreated the role on Broadway at the Richard Rodgers Theatre, which opened on January 12, 2012.

She reprised her Raisin role for a 2008 television adaptation, earning her a second Emmy Award nomination.

On June 10, 2012, Mc Donald scored her fifth Tony Award win for her portrayal of Bess in Broadway’s The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, thus tying Angela Lansbury and Julie Harris.

She was nominated for another Tony Award for her performance in Marie Christine before she won her fourth in 2004 for her role in A Raisin in the Sun, placing her in the company of other four-time winning actresses Gwen Verdon and Mary Martin.

Her sixth Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play was won for her stunning portrayal of Billie Holliday in LADY DAY AT EMERSON’S BAR & GRILL.

Mc Donald has maintained ties to her classical training and repertoire.

"[It might have] made it really hard on our marriage, but it's been a bit of relief that we're both very similar in the way that we work and are after the creative process for the creative process' sake, and for the work, and that we both go into rehearsal every day very determined." In addition to being famous as a couple, they also famously speak out for equal rights, themselves a multiracial family.

Therefore, when exploring unexpected connections on stage--like the one between Josie and Jamie, set in the 1920s--I wondered if they felt it added an a special nuance having them in the roles; known their relationship would have been considered taboo in that time period.

She was nominated for another Tony Award for her performance in Marie Christine before she won her fourth in 2004 for her role in A Raisin in the Sun, placing her in the company of other four-time winning actresses Gwen Verdon and Mary Martin.

Her sixth Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play was won for her stunning portrayal of Billie Holliday in LADY DAY AT EMERSON’S BAR & GRILL.

Mc Donald has maintained ties to her classical training and repertoire.

"[It might have] made it really hard on our marriage, but it's been a bit of relief that we're both very similar in the way that we work and are after the creative process for the creative process' sake, and for the work, and that we both go into rehearsal every day very determined." In addition to being famous as a couple, they also famously speak out for equal rights, themselves a multiracial family.

Therefore, when exploring unexpected connections on stage--like the one between Josie and Jamie, set in the 1920s--I wondered if they felt it added an a special nuance having them in the roles; known their relationship would have been considered taboo in that time period.

Mc Donald and Swenson join Rudetsky is an evening of incredible songs and conversation. Mc Donald has appeared on the stage in both musicals and dramas, such as Ragtime, A Raisin in the Sun, and Porgy and Bess.