In this new musical about opioid abuse and its impact on teens and families, we follow the story of star athlete Hope, who sports a 4.2 grade point average and limitless potential. But when a boy she likes offers her one little pill to reduce the pain from a soccer injury, Hope makes a decision that
rapidly transforms her dreams into an escalating nightmare. With her future at stake, will Hope be able to confront her opioid abuse and stop feeding the monster that seeks to destroy everything she cares about? This original musical was created from interviews with prevention experts, families with children struggling with this disease, recovering individuals, doctors, law enforcement officers, students, and educators. The story defines opioid abuse as a disease and explores how individuals have the power to make positive behavioral decisions to avoid opioid use and substance abuse disorder. Program length 65 minutes.
Available September 2018 to April 2019.
Price & Info
Assembly Price: $1,500
Assembly Two-in-a-Row Price: $2,000
Travel Fee: $75 per day
Audience Limit: 300
Program Length: 65 minutes
Appropriate For Grade(s): 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
Arts Appreciation Month
Character Education Month
National Arts in Education Week
National Youth Violence Prevention Week
Youth Arts Month
Clean swept stage or performance area (if a gym floor please have the performance space marked out) and 2 electrical outlets. 25 ft. x 25 ft. performing space and electrical outlet near by. Artist arrives two hours early to set up. Contact must be there when tour arrives. The taking of photos and/or videos is prohibited.