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“Winter” Grasps a Woman’s Soul, at Central Works, Berkeley

“Winter” Grasps a Woman’s Soul, at Central Works, Berkeley

Julie Jensen’s Powerful Story Affects Us All by Sarah Klebanoff “The only philosophical question worth considering is suicide” –Albert Camus “Winter” by Julie Jenson offers a thought-provoking picture of a family facing a crisis, brought about by the mother’s cognitive decline, presumably due to Alzheimer’s disease.  “Winter” explores the conundrum of suicide and autonomy in a good marriage and a loving family. Directed by Gary Graves, the play is set in the home of an affluent older couple, over the Thanksgiving holiday. Central…

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Sarah Klebanoff

Sarah Klebanoff

Sarah is a Berkeley native, now living in Richmond. A stay at home daughter of aging parents for a time, happily she is once again out and about, enjoying theater and musical events. She loves to cook.