The Long Journey Home:  Caring for a Loved One with Dementia                                          ----     A research-based play in 2 acts

The show is free to the public. 

No reservations or tickets are required, however, seats will    be filled on a first come first serve basis.

Parking is free at both locations   and lots are patrolled at all  times   by a security guard.

 Questions may be addressed to:

or call:
409-772-3233  (weekdays between
 9:00 am and 6:00 pm) 
409-392-4377pm. (after hours
and on weekends)
The Long Journey Home", is a play in two acts that depicts the true stories of caregivers in the Houston/  Galveston area who have taken care of parents, children, and spouses with dementia / Alzheimer's.  The play portrays the love, humor, and sadness that are part of the caregiver's journey.  It also enlightens the audience about the needs of the caregivers who do their best to take care of someone they love.
 The play was written by UTMB assistant professor, Oma Morey, PhD, and is based on interviews with 10 caregivers in the local area.  The play illustrates the challenges and struggles, as well as the love and intimacy several caregivers encounter as their loved ones progresses through the different stages of dementia/Alzheimer’s.
The play is directed by Galveston director Lisa Marie Daugherty and the characters are portrayed by local area actors.  The play will be followed by a short discussion with professionals who work with Alzheimer's patients and their caregivers and with and will people involved in the production. 
The "Long Journey Home" is made possible by a generous grant from the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) President's Cabinet.
Show Dates,Times, Locations
Houston Shows:
      August 19th. 2011 
7:30 PM
      August 20th, 2011 
3:00 PM  & 7:30 PM
TBH Center Theater
333 S. Jensen Dr.
Houston, Texas 77003

Galveston Shows:
August 26th  &  27th
  7:30 PM  
         August 28th
2:30 PM
September 9th  & 10th 
  7:30 PM  
September 11th 
2:30 PM
Central Middle School
3014 Sealy St,
Galveston, TX 77550  
Entrance between30th and 31st streets
(See Link to Map in Left Column)