As important as it is, sometimes I just need to take a break from Reinventing.
I relaxed this evening with a wonderful performance of Ibsen’s A Doll’s House, put on by the Loop Players and directed by our own Professor Kathryn Nash. I last saw the play 30 years ago, and the Loop Players’ production brings a contemporary feel to some timeless themes of the role of women (and men) in marriage. It was great to see a packed house, and I met some current staff and faculty as well as some retired professors. What a great way to bring the Harold Washington community together.
There are two more shows – one Friday night April 1, and then on Saturday afternoon, April 2. I highly recommend it.