Play about recovery completes N.Y. run.
The play began in 1991 as a 20-minute presentation and is now a show of about one hour. All participants in the production are volunteers. The play depicts destruction from substance addiction and points to the 12 Steps as a vehicle for recovery.
In a September letter to Visions author Bob L. from the New York Association of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Providers, Inc., association executive director John J. Coppola praised the play for its message of hope to people in recovery. Coppola added that discussions have begun toward performing the play before New York State lawmakers during the 2007 legislative session. For more information about Visions, call (201) 281-4215 or e-mail Info@VisionsRecoveryPlay.org.
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|Title Annotation:||Of Note; Visions|
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|Date:||Nov 1, 2006|
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