The Girl I Used to Be is a disturbing look at teenage drug use is by KT Curran, director of the SOURCE Teen Theatre, a nationally acclaimed and award-winning theatre for young people in Florida. The SOURCE is a traveling theatre company that creates and performs plays on important issues for teens. At age 15, Cassidy is a promising young dance student with a world of opportunity ahead of her. But Cassidy is also being forced to deal with the sometimes unpleasant changes that come with growing up. One of her friends leaves her behind in an effort to become a cheerleader and join the popular crowd, while another friend has to come to terms with his homosexuality. Cassidy finds comfort in a new, older boyfriend who introduces her to the drug culture. Soon, things that once seemed important are forgotten, and most of her time is spent in a drug-induced haze on a couch watching cartoons with the boyfriend around whom her life now revolves. But Cassidy's escape from her past comes to a grinding halt when brutal reality forces her to face facts. The Girl I Used to Be is a play for high-school students based on a true story about teenage drug users.
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