Night Sky, February, 2016
by Susan Yankowitz Costume advice by Dawn McKay
directed by Chris Rohmann Set design by Konrad Rogowski and Kelly Seip

“There are just two mysteries remaining to us: the brain and the cosmos.” —Stephen Hawking

Virginia Wolf as Anna, a renowned astronomy professor.  Brilliant and articulate, she is at the top of her game. She has the support of her live-in lover and her daughter, when they don't eat all the pizza before she gets home after working late.
Brian Rucci as Daniel, Emery Henderson as Jennifer.
Even Bill, her colleague, is a little jealous, when he's not lecturing on Schrödinger's Cat.
Dana T. Ring as Bill.
But Anna gets in a car accident and becomes aphasic, losing her ability to use language.
Shaun O'Keefe as another aphasic patient, Karen Balaska as a speech therapist.
She makes good progress, but also has many setbacks. Even the simplest tasks are almost too difficult.
It can all be quite overwhelming. It can take a toll on those around you, too.

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