FRIENDS TO THE END is an educational one-man show, created specifically for college audiences.
The fast-paced, 45 minute solo play addresses the issues of Dosing, Hazing, Alcohol Abuse, and Bystander Empowerment.
FRIENDS TO THE END depicts four college Freshmen on break. The young men, all longstanding friends since high school, meet up to “swap stories” about their exploits at their respective schools. Over the course of their conversation, one of the friends admits to his involvement in an incident of on-campus Dating Violence. In the ensuing conversation, the friends confront a wide range of topics, including sexual assault, depersonalization, entitlement, and what it means to be an “Empowered Bystander.” What the characters discover during the conversation may change their ideas of masculinity, brotherhood, and friendship, forever.