1979, Mitch Albom hits university. Like so many of us, he’s just trying to keep his head down. His life changes when he steps into the classroom of Professor Morrie Schwartz, a man who won’t let him hide away and who quickly becomes a good friend and mentor. As Mitch says, he takes every class Morrie offers. Once he graduates, Mitch moves on, as we all do, and falls out of touch despite a promise not to. The next time Mitch crosses paths with Morrie, it’s after Morrie’s been diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease). Morrie’s disease comes with a terminal prognosis but the lifelong teacher’s greatest lessons are still to be taught.
So… if I just tell you to go see this show, is that enough?
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