Stage Parody of D.A.R.E. Program, With Audience as the Class, Aiming to Bow in November

News   Stage Parody of D.A.R.E. Program, With Audience as the Class, Aiming to Bow in November
 
The Drugstoppers, a play by Gili Malinsky that parodies the D.A.R.E. program (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) taught in schools to prevent drug use — with the audience as the classroom — is aiming to bow in New York City this November.

The project is being funded by a Kickstarter with a goal of $9,000.

Actors Abigail Ludrof (Ghostlight) and Brett Ryback (Murder For Two) will produce the project, and Michael Bello is attached to direct.

The Drugstoppers is set in the classroom, where the anti-drug program is being taught by an "excitable hippie" and her four child helpers (played by adults) — two of which were sent to do the program for being caught with drugs, one who identifies with the hippie's mission and one there for his own romantic reasons.

For more information, visit the project's Kickstarter page here.

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