Severe depression and its various treatments - talk therapy, multiple medications, and electro-convulsive therapy - may not be the most obvious topic for a rock musical. However, the Tony Award winning play, "Next to Normal," currently on stage in Toronto, delivers both as great theatre and a window into the mental health issues faced by sufferers and their families. The Agenda welcomes and actor from the play and two mental health practitioners to discuss this important issue.
Episode:
A Musical for the Times; The Case for a Basic Income
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Aired:
May 09, 2019
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