Rachel Tondreault is one of the main characters in a play about addiction. She and the cast tour around New England in communities hit by the opioid epidemic. It’s a powerful story about family, betrayal, and forgiveness.
And for Rachel, it’s all too familiar.
Thousands of people waited in line to see Yayoi Kusama’s “Infinity Mirrors” during its opening week at the Hirshhorn museum. I asked some of them to describe what the experience was like and how the trippy, kaleidoscopic rooms made them feel.