Memory is the glue that holds our mental lives together. Without the unifying force of memory our consciousness would be broken up into as many fragments as there are seconds in the day. Imagine a life without memory! In The MemoryCare Plays we see this illustrated brilliantly and empathically. These are wonderful plays that beautifully depict the tragedy of Alzheimer’s for the patient and for the family.
— Eric Kandel, MD, University Professor, and Professor of Psychiatry Columbia University, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology 2000