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  • The Heroin Effect: Post-film panelists announced

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    March 15, 2017
    The Music Hall in Portsmouth, NH presents the first community screening of this locally produced documentary directed by Michael Venn and produced by Karlina Lyons. 

    Every day in the United States, 144 people die from heroin and other opioid overdoses but, there is hope. Dean, Sandi, and Eric are in long-term recovery and they are part of the solution. That said, Daniel’s video diary serves as the most personal of warnings. 

    The key to fighting this epidemic lies in bringing people together. Only as a community, with a shift in our perception of addicts and addiction, can we begin to tackle this crisis.

    Post-film panel discussion/Q&A with, 

    Michael Venn, Director of The Heroin Effect
    Karlina Lyons, Producer of The Heroin Effect
    Eric Spofford, Chief Executive Officer at Granite Recovery Centers
    Sandi Coyle, New England Regional Director, Phoenix Multisport
    Dean Lemire, Recovery Advocate
    Tym Rourke, Director of Substance Use Disorders Grantmaking at NH Charitable Foundation

    NR • 1h18min • US(Portsmouth, NH)

    Season Sponsors The River House, Carey & Giampa, Portwalk Place.

    Contributing Partner: University of New Hampshire

    Innovation + Leadership Presenting Sponsor: Alnoba
    Innovation + Leadership Series Sponsor: Veris Wealth Partners 


    WHERE Tickets are on sale now at the B2W box office located at The Music Hall’s Historic Theater (28 Chestnut Street in Portsmouth New Hampshire). For online tickets go to www.themusichall.org or call 603-436-2400. 

    WHEN Heroin Effect will be at the Historic Theater on Thursday, March 30 at 7:00 pm

    WHO The Music Hall is a community-supported nonprofit performing arts center featuring entertainment from around the corner to around the world. It was recently named Editors’ Choice “Best All-Around Entertainment” by Yankee Magazine. With two theaters in downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire – one, the 1878 Victorian-era Historic Theater, the other the modern and intimate Music Hall Loft – it is an active and vital arts center, dedicated to the cultural life of the Seacoast community.

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    Contact:
    Monte Bohanan
    mbohanan@themusichall.org, (603) 766-2194