Hey, y’all! ACT ONE’s MAKE SURE IT’S ME/nh event series, which addresses TBI in the military, started last week at the Portsmouth Public Library. We had a terrific response there (including media interest, stay tuned on that!) and we’ll be coming to a town near you soon.
Tomorrow night we’re in Stratham, at the Wiggin Memorial Library at 6:30.
On April 4, we’ll be at the Manchester City Library at 6:30.
On April 18, we’ll be at the Nashua Public Library at 7.
On April 23, we’ll be at the Lane Memorial Library in Hampton at 6:30.
These presentations are free and open to the public. Our team includes Conan Marchi, an Iraq War veteran; Jenny Freeman, a certified brain injury specialist (on the Seacoast); and LTC Steph RIley, an NHNG Occupational Health Nurse (Manchester and Nashua). We present about 20 minutes of information about TBI in the military and about 25 minutes of scene presentations from the play MAKE SURE IT’S ME. Then we have a group discussion. Our audience last week included veterans, military family members, folks living with TBI, and civilians. One young woman said her father had retired after 32 years in the NH Air Guard and she was just so thankful we were talking about issues affecting military families in our state.
So, come join us if you can! Tell your friends and family. Listen, enjoy, and share your perspective with us. And then stay tuned for the full production of MAKE SURE IT’S ME in June, when we perform for three weeks at the West End Studio Theatre in Portsmouth. REHEARSALS START NEXT WEEK!