JUNE 11, MONDAY AT 8PM
One Night Only: Special introduction by comedian Lewis Black!
What is an actress without memory? Caris Corfman was a brilliant young actress who graduated from the Yale School of Drama with luminaries including Lewis Black, Kate Burton and Mark Linn-Baker. As a rising star, she played opposite Tim Curry and Ian McKellen in the Broadway hit play Amadeus.
Suddenly, a brain tumor caused the loss of her short-term memory. Robbed of her ability to learn, recall, and recite lines, Caris was swiftly forced to recognize that her career was over. Caris' Peace is the story of this courageous woman's triumphant and deeply moving return, against all odds, to the New York stage.
"Unforgettable" is a critical cliche, but there is no other way to describe the power and the pathos of Caris' Peace -Cleveland Plain Dealer
Northwest Film Forum (View)
1515 12th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
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