11 LGBTQ storytellers from around the country, selected from a nationwide call for stories, will perform their true, personal stories of triumph in the face of in the suicidal attempts or ideations in the Off-Broadway production Life Lines: Queer Stories of Survival. Presented in honor of the national LGBTQ suicide lifeline The Trevor Project’s 20th anniversary.
Life Lines: Queer Stories of Survival
Plus, a special performance from the gospel choir Exousia of Harlem’s Rivers of Living Water UCC, a radically inclusive multicultural congregation based in Harlem, NYC.
The performing storytellers participated in a TMI Project true storytelling workshop intensive led by Academy Award-winner James Lecesne alongside TMI Project Co-founders Eva Tenuto and Julie Novak. Life Lines: Queer Stories of Survival is the culmination of that work.
The goal Life Lines: Queer Stories of Survival is to raise awareness about the importance of The Trevor Project Lifeline and similar suicide prevention services, and to inspire the next generation of LGBTQ young people to live their lives fully and without reservation.