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Continuing the conversation


From L to R: Coral Pea, Lilian Rebelo, Ashley Brooke, and Samantha Miller in "Our Dear Dead Drug Lord" at Center Theatre Group's Kirk Douglas Theatre August 20 through September 17, 2023, produced in association with IAMA Theatre Company.

All Uses © 2023 Craig Schwartz Photography

As humans, each of us has individual and personal experiences that inform our understanding, relationship, and response to the world around us. Theatre can often evoke discomfort when exploring difficult subject matter, such as abortion, consent, and physical assault, as presented in this powerful play.

If you have been triggered by the content of Our Dear Dead Drug Lord, or would like more information on these topics, please utilize the resources listed below.

National Sexual Assault Hotline

National Sexual Violence Resource Center

Hope Clinic for Women
Post-Abortion Support Groups and Counseling

MyLife Medical & Resource Center
Post-Abortion Counseling

Planned ParenthoodSupport and Resources After a Miscarriage or Abortion

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