The play itself deals with some dark themes, and its characters are complicated and flawed. They are often contradictory and always conflictual.
"We need to talk about the other end of the spectrum—the people who throw themselves into school or work or sports as a way of coping with their anxiety or depression or to fend off panic attacks or flashbacks."
“Much of what is discussed in this book boils down to the complex relationship between those suffering from a mental illness and a society that can’t understand what they are going through.”
While the field of psychology is relatively young, concepts relating to mental health and mental illness stretch back thousands of years.
Although acting has always been his main passion, Lolacher has also dabbled in other parts of film production. He’s currently working on the post-production of Medic, a short film that he wrote, produced, and starred in.
If you’re happy and you know it, don’t clap your hands—that’s been banned.