Powerful Drama “Addicted” Coming to Bel Air March 11 & 12

Cast & Crew pictured L-R by row: Back row (standing):  Joe Ryan, manager, Harford County Office of Drug Control Policy; Hunter Meisz, Kirsten Dibastiani; Jacob Gross; Sam Nelson; Ben Hill; Christle Henzel, author; Leif McCurry; Jill Nooney; Max Ploughman; Middle row (kneeling): Joe Hadaway;, Winfield Burrell; Scarlet Dare; Cassidy McGinty; Annalise Desiato; Bethany Birchfield; Anna Racine; Front row (sitting): Katie Abernethy; Cast/Crew not pictured: Megan Yohn, Jackie Valcenbach and Page Evans
Cast & Crew pictured L-R by row: Back row (standing): Joe Ryan, manager, Harford County Office of Drug Control Policy; Hunter Meisz, Kirsten Dibastiani; Jacob Gross; Sam Nelson; Ben Hill; Christle Henzel, author; Leif McCurry; Jill Nooney; Max Ploughman; Middle row (kneeling): Joe Hadaway;, Winfield Burrell; Scarlet Dare; Cassidy McGinty; Annalise Desiato; Bethany Birchfield; Anna Racine; Front row (sitting): Katie Abernethy; Cast/Crew not pictured: Megan Yohn, Jackie Valcenbach and Page Evans

 

 

The Harford County Office of Drug Control Policy is sponsoring two free presentations of the play “Addicted” on Friday, March 11, and Saturday, March 12, at 7:00 p.m. at Mt. Zion Church, 1643 E. Churchville Road in Bel Air. This powerful, eye-opening drama drew more than 800 people to performances at North Harford High School last week and won heartfelt praise from audience members.  Written and directed by North Harford High school psychologist Christle Henzel and performed by students and alumni, “Addicted” reveals the true impact of drug and alcohol abuse on individual users, their relationships and their families. The cast was recently featured on television in an ABC2 News special report on heroin in Maryland communities.

 

Performances of “Addicted” are open to the general public; however, parental discretion is advised due to the play’s subject matter aimed at high school students and adults, which may not be appropriate for children under the age of 13.

 

The Office of Drug Control Policy (ODCP) is a division of the Harford County Department of Community Services and is Harford County’s Lead Prevention Agency.  If you or someone you know needs help with addiction, contact the ODCP at 410-638-3333.

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