Film and stage actor KATHLEEN TUENER debuts as a stage director with Beth Henley's Crimes of the Heart, now running through April 20 at Roundabout Theatre Company in New York, after playing this past summer at Williamstown Theatre Festival in Massachusetts. What was your first theatrical experience? I remember my mom taking me to the ballet in Washington, D.C., where we lived for years. Did the high-profile life of being a film actress eclipse your stage career? I never went more than two-and-a-half years without doing stage work. After Body Heat, I did A Midsummer Night's Dream at Arena Stage in Washington, D.C. I've always kept up with readings.