Audition Call: Teen Actors Wanted For Youth Commission Mental Health Event

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ATTENTION ALL YOUNG ACTORS

Are you a young performer? Whether you’re in theater at your high school or participate in other plays, we’d love for you to be a part of the Lone Tree Youth Commission’s “It’s Not Nothing” mental health skit.

The Lone Tree Youth Commission is hosting a mental health awareness event at the Lone Tree Arts Center on May 16th. On this night, we will be addressing the serious mental health issues that our generation is facing. This night will include a 15 min. skit (put on by you!) and multiple speakers, all accompanied by a brief presentation. Through the skit we will display a variety of situations and offer multiple perspectives on issues such as depression, anxiety, suicide, etc.

Auditions will be on Wednesday, March 6th at the City Municipal Building (9220 Kimmer Dr) with audition slots ranging between 6pm-7:30pm.

If you are interested and would like to be a part of this, please RSVP Here

We will respond with more details - including the script!

Event Details:

When? Thursday, May 16th (evening)

Where? Lone Tree Arts Center

Who? The Lone Tree Youth Commission is made up of 7 high schoolers in the city of Lone Tree. We are the youth advisers to our city council, and the advocates/representatives of the teenagers in our community. Each year, we pick a certain topic or group to support. Click here to learn more about us and check out what we did last year.

What? On this night, we will be addressing the serious mental health issues that our generation is facing. We will display a variety of situations and offer multiple perspectives on issues such as depression, anxiety, suicide, etc. This night will include a skit (put on by you!) and multiple speakers, all accompanied by a brief presentation.