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Locally penned drama on teen mental health returns to STC

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | May 02, 2014 - 2:34 PM |
Actors are seen here in the 2013 staging of local playwright Matthew Heiti's play “Black Dog: 4 vs the World.” The play is returning to Sudbury Theatre Centre this month. File photo.

Actors are seen here in the 2013 staging of local playwright Matthew Heiti's play “Black Dog: 4 vs the World.” The play is returning to Sudbury Theatre Centre this month. File photo.

Heiti's 'Black Dog 4' is back at month's end

Playwright Matthew Heiti's play “Black Dog: 4 vs the World” will be presented by Sudbury Theatre Centre for the second year in a row this month.

Back by popular demand from 2013, this drama about four teens who meet in the principal's office tells a compelling story depicting teen mental health problems.

Their journey towards happiness and good mental health is positive and hopeful, even though each has been impacted by a summertime suicide that took place prior to their graduating year.

The show runs May 23 and 24 and 7 p.m. and May 31 at 2 and 7 p.m. There are several school matinees during the week for teachers and students.

Public shows are $15 for students, $23 for adults and seniors, with a family four-pack at $50.50. Teachers should inquire about group bookings for school matinees.

Phone 705-674-8381 for further information.

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