On Thursday, June 29, 2016, Wilson West, coordinator for The Chapel Theater hosted some of the group preparing for production of Carol Haake’s play, “Casting Shadows,” at the Chapel Theater next February. Group members attending were: Sandy Cooper, president of the C.G. Jung Society; Society board members, Julie Schulte, Peter van Arsdale, and Rose Holt; the playwright, Carol Haake; the play director, Susie Bradley; and Don Weseman, director for set design. The theater is a warm and welcoming place, just the kind of space this play calls for. “Casting Shadows” is about the full flowering of the personality of a woman who is called to become the heroine of her own life in a decidedly conscious way. For the C.G. Jung Society of St. Louis, this play is a new avenue for promoting the concepts of Jungian Psychology and its emphasis on consciousness and individual development.
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