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y(OUR) Story

y(OUR) Story logo: y(OUR) Story: theater | real stories | art

y(OUR) Story Spring 2021 Information

When: Exact Dates TBD, Week of March 22 - 26
Where: TBD

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Want to see your mental health story transformed into art?

y(OUR) Story is a collaborative production hosted by Wellness and Prevention Services. Through partnering with actors, dancers, painters, poets and other artists, y(our) mental health journey will be shared. This event hopes to inspire those struggling with their mental health to not give up, and to bring conversation about mental health out of the shadows and into the light.

Submit y(our) story about hope, resilience and how you are overcoming your mental health struggles. Your story is (our) story. You are not alone. 
By clicking this link, you are submitting your story to be considered in our Spring 2021 production. 
Stories are due November 15th.

*Please note that submitted stories will be edited to be presented as some sort of visual art. For example, stories might be shortened into monologues or interpreted through dance. Submitting a story does not guarantee inclusion in the production.*

This event is part of Semicolon Week. "A semicolon is used when an author could've chosen to end their sentence, but chose not to. That author is you and the sentence is your life." -The Semicolon project

View last year's production.