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A son writes a running list of reasons to live to help his suicidal mother. The reasons are not grand, but small, intimate and attainable—such as “ice cream” and “the alphabet.”

Suicide Prevention Month: Every Brilliant Thing at Cockroach Theatre

September 13th, 2018

A son writes a running list of reasons to live to help his suicidal mother. The reasons are not grand, but small, intimate and attainable—such as “ice cream” and “the alphabet.”

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    Also: Rock and Roll Hall of Famer at the Smith Center.

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    Like her fictional counterpart, local 10-year-old Teah DeStefano dreams of entertainment stardom.

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    “It’s really, really funny, but there’s an emotional truth to it.”

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