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Plain-Talking Sex Therapist Role Catapults Ridgefield Actress To The Top

Alice McMahon, right, poses with fellow award winners Peggy Nelson and Al Kulcsar.
Alice McMahon, right, poses with fellow award winners Peggy Nelson and Al Kulcsar. Photo Credit: Contributed

RIDGEFIELD, Conn. — A town actress who took to the stage to play ahead-of-her-time sex therapist Dr. Ruth has now taken home top honors for her work at the annual Square One Theatre Subscribers Awards.

Alice McMahon, star of the Stratford-based company’s “Becoming Dr. Ruth,” was named Outstanding Actress in voting among the company’s nearly 1,000 subscribers.

The one-woman show by Mark St. Germain closed the company’s 27th season just last month.

McMahon has previously won for her roles in “Southern Comforts” and “Not Waving.”

Square One’s 28th anniversary season will open on Nov. 2 with Steven Levenson’s workplace comedy “Core Values.”

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