Add a short stage play
Award Winning Stage Play "When the Smoke Cleared" + Interactive Workshop
“When the Smoke Cleared” examines taboo issues experienced by youth and young adults such as bullying, suicide, parenting, sex, and drug abuse. It portrays the lives of young people maneuvering through life, making decisions, seeking acceptance, and trying to find their place in the world. Negative choices engulf them in a world of confusion and the repercussions are widespread.
"Therapy" The Stage Play + Interactive Workshop
"Therapy" gives a look into the intimate details of a college couple in their late teens and early twenty's. The young couple decides to attend a therapy session on campus to get to the bottom of their issues, which include cheating, poor communication, distrust, partying, and promiscuity. Their relationship has taken a toxic turn, and by the end of the play we learn exactly how dangerous it has become when one of them reveals the results of a past HIV test.
Add a short documentary
We're Too Young To Die
Generation Next: Uncovered
Our New 7 Part Docu-series
This docu-series is a resource to help youth, educators, and parents responsibly navigate mental health topics, which are often times neglected in educational settings. Our goal is to reduce stigma and provide education and prevention strategies.
The 7 Part Series By Topic:
Philly Teens Discuss Their Attitudes Towards Sex,
Pop Culture, and Social Media
iChoose2live and Take Control Philly, a Philadelphia Department of Public Health program, partnered to create this 19 minute documentary style video. It captures the open and honest conversations of young adults ages 14 to 22 surrounding sex, pop culture, and technology.
Generation Next: Uncovered features local celebrities and leaders like DJ Damage, an on-air personality for P. Diddy's Revolt TV Network and GoGo Morrow, a recording artist who toured with Lady Gaga.
Source: Philadelphia Department of Public Health, 2011