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We Are One presents "4th Graders Present An Unnamed Love-Suicide". The play will be performed on April 12th from 8:30-10:30 PM in Clarke Lounge.

Come out to We Are One's kick off fundraiser theatrical event!

Admission: $5
Run Time: 1hr
*A talkback will follow the performance that runs approx. 30 min

All proceeds will go towards We Are One, an organization whose mission is to fight bullying and enforce body-positivity through the arts.
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Written By: Sean Graney

Director: Michael Marchese
Assistant Director: Lauren Angelos
Stage Managers: Kait Enlow, William Allen

Cast:
Jake List
Rachel Gerrity
Megan Benjamin
Samantha Guter
Mell Abbe
Tuck Dowrey
Madison Mangano

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"When 4th grader Johnny shoots himself, he leaves behind a play as a suicide note that the kids in his class are forced to perform as a memorial. As friends and bullies assume the roles of Johnny and his classmates, a heartbreaking, darkly curious story emerges, offering a glimpse into the motivation behind Johnny's actions." - Playscripts, Inc.

TRIGGER WARNING: The show contains triggers involving suicide and eating disorders. Not appropriate for children under 13.

**Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Michael Marchese at mmarche1@ithaca.edu. Please make requests as soon as possible.**

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