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RIGHT BEFORE I GO. PREMIERES IN NYC

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CELEBRITIES COME TOGETHER TO RAISE AWARENESS FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION

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THIS NEW PLAY MAY JUST BE THE NEXT VAGINA MONOLOGUES

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SEE VANESSA WILLIAMS, MICHAEL URIE, MICHAEL CERVERIS, AND MORE

AT THE RIGHT BEFORE I GO. BENEFIT

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RASHAD JENNINGS, AMBER TAMBLYN, HARI NEF AND CHRIS GETHARD

JOIN THE CAST OF RIGHT BEFORE I GO. BENEFIT FOR SUICIDE AWARENESS

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JUDITH LIGHT, LOIS SMITH, AND MORE JOIN CAST IN BENEFIT OF RIGHT BEFORE I GO. 

 
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Great experience! A very moving & informative play/event!”

“It was well done, the readings were powerful and meaningful, and it gave me much to think about in regard to how close to the precipice of our own personal demise we can actually be so many times, along with the fragility of each and everyone of us as human beings, no matter how great we are world-wise. I left the theater that night with something powerful in me as I battle my own demons at this time.”

“This is a good conversation opener!”

The show was sobering. The subject was well handled and extremely impactful.”

“The stories were powerful and I thought it was a good mix of somber and lighter selections. It was particularly effective to have several actors on stage at once, sharing the reading responsibilities.”

“It was a lovely event for a very good cause and I would like to see the piece expanded and run, maybe off-Broadway. We felt fortunate to be a part of the evening. Thank you.”

“The show was compelling, to say the least. I really enjoyed the use of the screen & multiple readers, and found that there was something amazing about the stark simplicity of the presentation & the weight of what was being read. There was no hiding from any of it with that format, which is how the dialogue on suicide needs to be. Thank you for a truly moving night.”

“I took my sister and niece to the event. So it was a good mix of ages. Our group consisted of 60’s, 50’s and a 40year olds. We felt the event was deep, profound, and definitely very thought provoking. Though it was the beginning of the holiday season, it is the time we should reflect on life and the preciousness if it. I, personally, learned a lot from it. There should be more of these types of events to bring to light what people suffer and like the speakers said, to erase the shame that is associated with suicide. Thank you.”