So many people come up to me after performances of My Stroke of Luck commenting, “You are one brave woman,” or “How courageous to share your story.” But I defer. Sharing my story, performing my show isn’t brave. Yes, I stand in front of an audience of strangers and tell my true, personal story of medical catastrophe and recovery. I share deeply personal feelings, private moments, experiences and a little piece of my soul. And yes, it took four years of writing, deep diving, workshopping and performing to have a show audience ready. But compared to the long, hard struggle of recovery, discovering and adjusting to my new post stroke self, sharing my story through performance is truly the easy

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