May shows are below! Let us know if there's a show you'd like to attend by emailing players@improbableplayers.org. EOL= End of the Line, INDT= I'll Never Do That, ROE= Running on E, STGS= Stages

5/1 EOL @ 2pm Billerica Memorial High School, Billerica, MA
5/10 EOL @ 10am Wareham MS, Wareham, MA
5/16 INDT @ 1pm The Park School, Brookline, MA
5/18 EOL @ 10am Robinson Middle School, Lowell, MA
5/22 INDT @ 8am Watertown Middle School, Watertown, MA
5/23 INDT @ 9am Jackson/Mann K-8, Allston, MA
5/24 EOL @ 7pm Orpheum Theatre, Foxborough, MA
5/25 ROE @ 9am Raymond High School, Raymond, NH
5/29 INDT @ 9am Delaware Valley Regional HS, Frenchtown, NJ
5/29 ROE @ 9:50am Stoklosa MS, Lowell, MA
5/30 EOL @ TBA An Wang MS, Lowell, MA
6/1 EOL @ Pyne Arts Elementary, Lowell, MA
We are so, so, so, grateful to the Cummings Foundation for recognizing our legacy of prevention education. We are happy to announce that we are recipients of the Cummings Foundation Sustaining Grant at $200,000 -which will support addiction prevention programs in the Greater Boston Area for the next 10 years!
We still need to reach out to schools in MA and we need your help! Drop in for snacks, fellowship, and volunteering. Bring a computer if you have it and RSVP on our Facebook Event.
In addition: every year Improbable Players does a mailing to schools letting them know about new programs and discounts on services. This year we're revolutionizing the classic end of year non profit mailing: we're making it a party.

We are hosting the most fun mailing party of your life! We'll provide the music, the food, and the hip/zen/lit atmosphere and you provide a little bit of your time to let communities know about innovating prevention education. Win. Win! RSVP by clicking here.
You asked for it: We're doing a community show sponsored by the SAFE Coalition. We'll be performing End of the Line at the Marilyn Rodman Performing Arts Center (at the old Orpheum Theatre) in Foxborough, MA at 7pm. RSVP by clicking on the image below!
Our first From Story to Stage community workshop was a great success. A HUGE thanks to all who came out and participated.

We collected stories from community members and turned them into scenes. Below- a story of reaching out and asking for help.
6 .Qualified Podcast P artnership
In an effort to meet the times and continue to serve the recovery communities across the region, we're partnering with NYC based radio producer Sarah K to collect "qualifications".

In this audio podcast, people who have experienced addiction talk about what it was like, what happened, and what it is like now. Subscribe on iTunes. New releases are announced on the dedicated Twitter page.
We have more videos for you! Over the few next months we'll be releasing stories from our actors about moments they've felt the impact of our work both on our audiences and themselves. Subscribe on our youtube channel to get them all. Below -Elizabeth talks about a profound change one student made following a program.
Enjoy your May flowers!