Mental Flux

. October 30, 2013.
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For people suffering from Alzheimer's disease, the past and the present bleed together as the fabric of memories—the continuity of a life itself—unravels. It's a heady and tragic scenario, which is why it's so remarkable to see that degenerative process treated with the compassion and tenderness of Kim Carney's Moonglow. Michigan's own Carney tells the story of Maxine, who is placed in an Alzheimer's facility by her own daughter, and struggles to reconstruct her life.

Thursday, November 7. 8pm Thurs-Sat, 2pm Sun. $11-22. This play runs through Sunday, November 10. Arthur Miller Theatre inside Walgreen Drama Center. 1226 Murfin Ave. 734-971-0605. a2ct.org

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