“A Will to Survive,” the rock opera about suicide prevention, mental health and teenagers finding hope, will host a free performance Monday, Oct. 16.
The performance will begin at 7 p.m. at Loudoun County High School, 415 Dry Mill Road SW in Leesburg.
The performance is being sponsored by Loudoun County Public Schools, the Loudoun Education Foundation, Claude Moore Charitable Trust, Chichester DuPont Foundation and Inova Loudoun Hospital.
“A Will to Survive” is a production of A Place to Be, which helps people navigate and overcome life’s challenges using the therapeutic arts. It is meant to be a tribute to Will Robinson, a Loudoun Valley High School student who lost his life to suicide in 2016, and shine a light on the need for mental health support for teens.
Learn more at aplacetobeva.org.