|Cast (Courtesy Guthrie Theater)|
|Charles Janasz as Vanya (Courtesy Guthrie Theater)|
Vanya's speech was my favorite big moment of the play (in spite of a gorgeous blue sequined gown that Sonia wore at one point). It affirmed a lot of my own complaints about technology today. More importantly, it brought humanity back into the discussion. Baby boomers are quite real people with much to offer the younger generations, especially in interpersonal relations and how to have them.
What do you think about the present vs. the past? If you are a younger person, are you open to learning more about the past or no? If you're an older person, how do you feel about present technology?