ABAT was performed on 30 June 2017 at 9pm EST to a live audience at The Blockhouse [205 S. College Ave] in Bloomington, Indiana & simulcast online [right here].
In As Bad As They, after Caleb Ternin decides to quit using, the cops at his backs and his sister Jordan must decipher the fine line between her impulses to help and control the situation. This play is set in present-day Bloomington, Indiana—in the midst of the Midwest’s opioid-heroin epidemic. The play begins with the estranged lives of Caleb and Jordan. The siblings are reunited on the most dangerous day for an addict, the day he’s released from state custody. On this day the dosage that Caleb handled comfortably two weeks before could cause his death.
A BENEFIT FOR COURAGE TO CHANGE, A PEER-OPERATED, SOBER-LIVING AND LOW-BARRIER HALFWAY HOUSE FOR INDIVIDUALS & FAMILIES IN BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA.
As of 2015, about 1 in 37 adults in the US were under some form of state correctional supervision like jail, probation, parole or house arrest. These are common penalities and pretrial conditions for people dealing with drug offenses. From 2007 to 2015, the correctional population declined by more than half a million people. Who knows what the future holds. So for everyone who couldn't get out that night, the play streamed live on this website.
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