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Please correct the sentence below, adding punctuation and changing words as needed. We found the play was quite intriguing though it was difficult to follow and the audience became engaged with the action onstage and with the actors in general.

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    We found the play was quite intriguing; though it was difficult to follow, the audience became engaged with the action onstage and with the actors in general.

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