A professor's rationalism and methodical approach to life break down along with her health in Wit, a play that proves that only the most valuable things endure in the end. In this profound and humorous Pulitzer winner, written by Atlanta teacher Margaret Edson, a respected professor of English is diagnosed with advanced ovarian cancer. Confident in her ability to stay in control, she tries to approach her illness "methodically." But as her condition worsens, she begins to question her single-minded values, before ultimately discovering what makes life truly worth living. Now the Aurora Theater stages an exciting production of this transformative work.