"Four Legs to Stand On: Act Two" is an original play created from the stories of a community ravaged by the opioid epidemic. The performance explores the successes of recovery and the heartbreak of relapse, and dives headfirst into the realities of a cast of characters fighting for their lives.
The performance will be followed by a question-and-answer session that reflects on how we as a community can shift the social underpinnings that stigmatize those who suffer.
"Four Legs to Stand On" is produced by C.O.A.A.S.T. Theater, an organization that aims to eradicate the opoid epidemic through arts-based educational, therapeutic and community-driven approaches.