Proof

Didn’t blog yesterday as I wasn’t near a computer with access to the Internet. I spent the day with Racquetball Guy and just kind of lounged around watching TV after he treated me to his specialty pancake breakfast. So yummy! The night before we had a late dinner at Redfish after going to the theatre to see Proof. I’m too lazy (really too tired) to write a detailed review of the peformance which I thought was well done, but thought I’d offer up a description as listed at the Goodman Theatre’s website.

The line between genius and madness can be razor thin. At least that’s Catherine’s fear. An untrained prodigy, she’s inherited her mathematician father’s brilliance, and, quite possibly, his madness. Now, with her emotional safe haven gone, Catherine is forced to come face to face with her own genius. In the process, she makes a stunning revelation that could quite literally turn the world upside down.
The Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize winner comes home to Chicago as Chuck Smith directs an all-African-American cast in this elegant and eloquent, greatly entertaining and thoroughly engrossing play.

5 Comments
  1. uh ohhhhh we spent the night. ahhhh suki suki nah. 😉

  2. Yeah! But it’s all still very innocent.

  3. Uh-huh. Suuuuuure. 🙂

  4. Ummmmm! Innocent….
    yah. Don’t you just love us?

  5. you know somehow coming from you urs, that innocent line sounds plausible.

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