Exquisitely written, Margaret Edson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play Wit, follows a brilliant poetry professor as she undergoes experimental treatment for cancer. Affecting and often humorous, Vivian Bearing is a scholar who devoted her life to academia & research. Now she must face irony & injustice as she becomes the subject of another’s research. The vulnerability of the invincible comes down, eventually, to a simple line of surrender: "I thought being smart enough would be enough."
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