All The World’s A Stage: In Review

Suicide awareness and mental health issues: two issues that have especially gained prominence in recent years, are brought to light in the short film, "All The World's A Stage." In what can nearly be described as a fairy tale of the theatre, we hear the story of a brilliant actor beloved because of his special crown. When he loses his crown, people turn on him, forcing him to go away. The sad story serves as a powerful reminder of the real-life parallels for people living in darkness, narrate...

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