Nancy Rappaport and Regeneration
Each of us may find that we need to call on inner resources when we are challenged by our own vulnerability – with the impending fear of potential loss- we are forced to define what we hold close and value.
Dr. Nancy Rappaport cultivated strength and joy as she reflected on her journey with breast cancer during performances of Regeneration, her one-woman play at Story Chapel earlier this year.
Diane Goshgarian’s interview with Nancy Rappaport and Meg Winslow, Mount Auburn’s Curator of Historical Collections from Behind the Pages: Special Edition (9/27/2016).
WHAT OTHER PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT REGENERATION:
STAT (10/13/2016): Cemetery walks and playwriting: How I found healing after breast cancer
Princeton Alumni Weekly (9/28/2016): Nancy Rappaport ’82 Debuts ‘Regneration,’ a One-Woman Show About Surviving Cancer
Boston Magazine (9/19/2016): Local Psychiatrist Takes Her Battle with Cancer to the Stage
Cambridge Chronicle (9/20/2016): One-woman play at Cambridge cemetery chronicles doctor’s journey with breast cancer
Friends of Mount Auburn E-newsletter, (September 2016): Strength & Vulnerability: A Conversation with Dr. Nancy Rappaport
No stranger to the power of narrative, Rappaport is a child psychiatrist, author, and Harvard associate professor.