BY GEORGE F. WALKER
When home is a battleground, the streets can seem safe
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Running Time: 55 min + 10 min Q&A | Grade Range: 8 +
Touring: Jan-March 2017
ALONE TOGETHER tells the story of sisters Jess and Cara, ages 15 and 16, who have recently run away from an unpredictable and increasingly frightening home-life. Facing challenges beyond any they anticipated, the girls begin to realize that a life on the streets may not be a long-term solution, but the question remains, which environment poses the greater threat – the one they left behind, or the one that lies ahead? When they cross paths with Simon, an 18 year old who seems to know how street-life works, the questions surrounding where to go and who to trust grow all the more complex. Filled with tension and razor sharp dialogue, ALONE TOGETHER is a moving portrait of the difficult choices youth in crisis are often presented with.
Curriculum Connections: Social Responsibility | Personal Awareness & Responsibility | Family Relationships |
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