Divided We Fall

02/08/2020 7:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Hammond Academy of Science and Technology
Address: 33 Muenich Court, Hammond, IN, 46320

Tickets are $5 at the door. The show is held in the gymnasium of Hammond Academy.

Everyone has some burden, but shared pain is always easier to bear.

This monologue-based play is sure to strike the hearts of teens, showing them that any frustration, embarrassment, loneliness, and grief they are experiencing is not limited to them alone. Some major issues within the dozen monologues include a girl’s concern about her body image, a boy who feels smothered by his girlfriend, a girl who runs to escape her home life, and a boy who feels guilty after failing to defend someone who needed help. The play will help remind all that although they may think we are all alone there is, in reality, love and support all around.

Please note there are adult themes such as depression, anxiety, suicide, eating disorders, self-harm, bullying, and death throughout the course of the play. Viewer discretion is advised.

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