Jennifer Garner Confronts Angry Fans
And theatre fans made her feel like she was to blame for the strike that upset their Thanksgiving week plans in New York.
She explains, "I am so happy that it's over. It was devastating. We had just opened, audiences were having the best time and to just say, 'OK, now we're not doing it for the next couple of weeks,' it was the strangest feeling.
"People would be waving their tickets in my face on the street, saying, `I came here to New York to see you do this play.' I was like, `I wish I could do it for you right here.'"
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