The Play’s the Thing: and there’s evidence to prove it

Why do schools continue to bring The Thin Line to their communities? Because the play makes a difference, and saves lives.

Here’s a lovely article about NYC actress Paten Hughes and her upcoming trip to perform in St. Louis, where the play has been traveling to colleges and private schools year after year:

http://www.dgiwire.com/shed-light-eating-disorders-versatile-actress-takes-spotlight/

Ryan Bass has been booking Add Verb programs since 2003, and is well loved and trusted by organizations who want to help their community tackle eating disorders.

Actor Brian Chamberlain is representing You the Man, continuing to carry the torch to engage men and bystanders in addressing dating violence, relationship bullying and sexual assault.  Contact Brian to bring You the Man to your school or community.  And if you’d like to see what  results are coming out of the play’s award-nominated adaptation of You the Man for use in Australia, see what’s come out of Deakin University’s research!

Download Deakin’s report here:  YTMupdateNovember2014

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