Kathy Levin Shapiro's Eugene's Home, about a cerebral palsy victim struggling to find a place for himself beyond the limited confines of his wheelchair, is directed by Scott Schwartz. When the center of your life is a worn out electric wheelchair, and your body is charged by a magnetic field beyond your control, the chances of living a rich, full life are slim. Forget about love. There's no room in Eugene's Ritalin-fired dreams for romantic fantasies. Or so he thinks until young, lovely Talie stumbles into his hospital room, and suddenly everything seems possible. Postscript performance August 9.