Student actors reach out to youths about teen violence, suicide from stage

08/18/2013 | (Hackensack, N.J.)

A theater company made up of middle-school, high-school and college-aged students are performing the play "Bang, Bang You're Dead" to raise awareness about bullying, suicide and violence to audiences in schools and churches in New Jersey and New York. The Playground Theatre Project's actors and crew say they want to make a difference. "We want to inspire change, create awareness, enlighten -- and tell kids they're not alone," director Ralph Colombino said.

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