Ghosted
A social and emotional wellness play for high school students.

About the Program
Ghosted is the story of four students as they navigate a single day of high school. When one of the them experiences anxiety and visits the counselor’s office, circumstances lead the other characters to reveal hard truths about their personal lives. Presented as a professional performance followed by an interactive discussion.

In addition, students will have a 60-minute workshop in their classrooms addressing suicide prevention. Students will receive a Ghosted Resource Card and teachers will receive a Teacher Guide designed to enhance the experience and provide additional support.

“There are all kinds of ways to ‘ghost,’ to disconnect abruptly from each other, or from life. The play is called Ghosted because it is about the fear of losing someone – a friend, a partner, even a sense of self. Despite the fear of being ghosted, in this play the characters do the opposite, they commit to staying connected regardless of their fears.”
— playwright Trista Baldwin

Target audience: Grades 9-12
Minimum size: 100-250 students
Preferred performance area: Gym
Duration: 40 minutes, plus 20 minutes for interactive discussion
Workshop: 60 minutes in the classrooms
Cost: Free to schools within Kaiser Permanente Colorado’s service area
For more information: Print this flyer about the performance or contact Andrea Law by email andrea.n.law@kp.org or phone 303-344-7468

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