Regeneration – an original new play by Nancy Rappaport
Each of us may find that we need to call on inner resources when we are challenged by our own vulnerability – with the impending fear of potential loss- we are forced to define what we hold close and value.
Rappaport cultivates strength and joy as she reflects on her journey with breast cancer. In a surprising twist, she finds comfort in a most unusual place.
Reserve your seats today:
Saturday, October 1, 2016, 3 pm
Sunday, October 2, 2016, 3 pm
Admission is $20 per person ($10 for members of the Friends of Mount Auburn).
No stranger to the power of narrative, Rappaport is a child psychiatrist, author, and Harvard associate professor.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT REGENERATION:
STAT (10/13/2016): Cemetery walks and playwriting: How I found healing after breast cancer
Princeton Alumni Weekly (9/28/2016): Nancy Rappaport ’82 Debuts ‘Regneration,’ a One-Woman Show About Surviving Cancer
Boston Magazine (9/19/2016): Local Psychiatrist Takes Her Battle with Cancer to the Stage
Cambridge Chronicle (9/20/2016): One-woman play at Cambridge cemetery chronicles doctor’s journey with breast cancer
Friends of Mount Auburn E-newsletter, (September 2016): Strength & Vulnerability: A Conversation with Dr. Nancy Rappaport
Behind the Pages: Special Edition (9/27/2016) watch Diane Goshgarian’s interview with Nancy Rappaport and Meg Winslow, Mount Auburn’s Curator of Historical Collections, below:
Funding for programs has been provided in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
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