Improbable Players Presenting Play on Opioid Addiction at Mosesian Center

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Watertown-based Improbable Players will be presenting a show at the Mosesian Center for the Arts showing how people got started using opioids.

The Improbable Players provided the following information:

Improbable Players Presents: A Re-Staging of End of the Line on Wednesday, Oct. 17, at 7 p.m. at The MainStage in The Mosesian Center for the Arts, 321 Arsenal St., Watertown, MA 02472 (Getting to the MCA).

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Program contains talk of drug use.

In 2014 Improbable Players created a theatre piece to show how people got started with opioids. We interviewed former addicts about their real experiences and presented them as they happened. Since then the epidemic has grown and so our presentation of it also must change.

We are launching our Community Shows initiative with our partners at the Mosesian Center for the Arts to bring these stories to entire communities. Come view this updated version of End of the Line with new language and scenes for the first time. The 45 minute performance will be followed by a 15 minute talk back and Q&A.

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