If you have a chance to see this play, please do. Beautifully acted, emotional and funny at times, it's one you shouldn't miss. Juliana, the main character is a smart, assertive, successful researcher who has made a medical breakthrough. We meet her as she's addressing a conference with news of her significant research when she suddenly suffers an "episode." Gradually we learn what this episode is and how her life is unraveling. We aren't sure what's real and what's not until the end, but along the way we become suspicious.
I saw this play at Houston's recently remodeled Alley Theater. If you live somewhere else, hopefully you'll get a chance to see it, too. And if you live in Houston, buy your tickets. You won't be disappointed.
I'm the mother of three, grandmother of two, slave of two demanding cats. I've been a widow for four years and have taught resource courses for widows and widowers. I've written romance novels. See my website at www.eclectics.com/ lornamichaels. Currently I'm working on a memoir titled Stumbing Through the Dark.
More about me: Born in Austin, TX
Favorite color: purple
Favorite song: The Wind Beneath My Wings (hear it as you read this blog)
Like to: read, cook, travel (last big trip was to Spain) write, learn new things.
Hate to: exercise