This is a unique opportunity!
Come see "The Thin Line" next Tuesday
Bowdoin College is sponsoring a performance of Add Verb Productions' nationally touring one woman play, The Thin Line. Admission is free and open to the community, please contact us if you would like to attend.
When: Tuesday, April 14, 2009 at 7pm
Where: Kresge Auditorium (basement of the Visual Arts Center)Bowdoin College, Brunswick, MERSVP: Contact Amanda Bailey at 207-772-1167or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Who should attend: Anyone who would like to better understand how eating disorders impact family, friends and the community. Suitable for mature middle school, high school and college students and their supporters.
Check out the recent article in The Forecaster about The Thin Line.
Also if you know of anyone who would be interested in seeing The Thin Line, feel free to pass this email on!
More About The Thin LineThe Thin Line is an engaging and effective tool in reaching audiences, inspiring personal reflection and conversation around healthy and unhealthy behaviors. Developed from personal interviews and research, the play composites a look at how an entire community is impacted by the disease, not just the person who is diagnosed.
Watch The Thin Line Promo Video
See what others have been saying about The Thin Line
See where The Thin Line has been performed
What are others saying about The Thin Line?
Mere minutes into the performance, tears were streaming down my face. The play was a reflection of my life. My struggle was there for all to see, I was not alone, and someone was putting words to what I could not. The Thin Line is the most accurate portrayal I have seen, heard or read. This play helped my loved ones to understand. It showed my parents a little of what was going on in my head. This play captured my emotions, my thoughts and my struggles.
--KV, recovering anorexic
The Thin Line is one of the most accurate examinations of the experience of eating disorders. It shows the insidious hold eating disorders develop on an otherwise rational, resourceful, reliable person; how it destroys self-confidence, judgment, and relationships; how they affect the families and friends; how they defy logic and destroy the spirit. The Thin Line may serve to both prevent eating disorders and to provide insight and hope to those who suffer from them. It will be a valuable tool in our attempts to defeat the "Body Wars" that plague girls and women in western culture.
--Dr. Margo Maine, author of Body Wars: Making Peace with Women's Bodies.
To date, The Thin Line and You the Man have toured to 32 states (as well as Bermuda and Japan!), and reached over 115,000 people.
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