We meet four individuals who are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
- Abby was sexually assaulted
- Eric has just returned from combat
- Butch was emotionally and physically abused as a child
- Zina was in a car accident
As we get to know them, each one takes some steps along the path to healing.
Out of fear, pain and anger grow healing and beauty, in an affirmation of the human capacity for connection, resilience and love.
Reading in Los Angeles
Twenty talented performers will be presenting a reading of Look For Me on May 25, 2022 at 7:30 in North Hollywood. For more information and to RSVP, send us an email.
- Watch “Look for Me“, a Zoom-style reading of the 2020 version of the show, streaming now on Vimeo, featuring an amazing cast, some direct from Broadway.
- The whole show is about 3 1/2 hours long plus two short intermissions.
- Please note: The show includes material that could be triggering or upsetting. See detailed content notes if you have specific concerns.
Watch now: “The Brain Song,” performed by Christopher Shyer, Aaron Alcaraz, Joel Briel, Roderick Donté Davis, Fernell Hogan, Kristina Lodestro, Eric Nelsen, and Kay Trinidad, with Amber Ardolino, Rosalind Brown, and Emma Degerstedt
Please connect with us!
There’s never been a musical about trauma and PTSD before! The work, including individual songs and scenes, has the potential to open people’s eyes, awaken their compassion, and even steer some of us who are suffering toward healing.
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YOU CAN GIVE! A gift to Look For Me Partners supports the continuing development of the show, including readings, rewriting, composing, and music production, as well as the cost of keeping the show and excerpts up on Vimeo. Note: Look For Me Partners is not a charity and gifts are NOT tax-deductible. GIVE A GIFT