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Eat (It’s Not About Food), presented by the Teen Scene Players, dramatizes and decodes the baffling world of eating disorders in boys and girls through a series of scenes ranging from realistic to satirical to humorous. Candidly exploring causes and warning signs, playwright Linda Daugherty takes a hard look at how society and the media influence self-identity.

In Eat (It’s Not About Food), we see individual stories of young people struggling with this epidemic, and all too often tragic problem. Follow the difficult journey of 14-year-old Amy, whose struggle to recover from an eating disorder leads to hospitalization, affecting her family and friends.

Join experts from the Dallas community in a post-show discussion about ways to help our young people deal with these very real challenges.

Eat (It’s Not About Food), presented by the Teen Scene Players, dramatizes and decodes the baffling world of eating disorders in boys and girls through a series of scenes ranging from realistic to satirical to humorous. Candidly exploring causes and warning signs, playwright Linda Daugherty takes a hard look at how society and the media influence self-identity.

In Eat (It’s Not About Food), we see individual stories of young people struggling with this epidemic, and all too often tragic problem. Follow the difficult journey of 14-year-old Amy, whose struggle to recover from an eating disorder leads to hospitalization, affecting her family and friends.

Join experts from the Dallas community in a post-show discussion about ways to help our young people deal with these very real challenges.

Eat (It’s Not About Food), presented by the Teen Scene Players, dramatizes and decodes the baffling world of eating disorders in boys and girls through a series of scenes ranging from realistic to satirical to humorous. Candidly exploring causes and warning signs, playwright Linda Daugherty takes a hard look at how society and the media influence self-identity.

In Eat (It’s Not About Food), we see individual stories of young people struggling with this epidemic, and all too often tragic problem. Follow the difficult journey of 14-year-old Amy, whose struggle to recover from an eating disorder leads to hospitalization, affecting her family and friends.

Join experts from the Dallas community in a post-show discussion about ways to help our young people deal with these very real challenges.

WHEN

WHERE

Rosewood Center for Family Arts / Dallas Children's Theater
5938 Skillman St.
Dallas, TX 75231
http://www.dct.org/

TICKET INFO

$14-$16
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