"Where Guilt Exists" is Nora Laine Herzog's one-woman show, an autobiographical narrative on what survivor's guilt looks like in the face of epidemic suicide. The content of the show was written by Nora over the course of the last three years, and has been translated to the stage by the artistic directorship of Kennedie King.
This production has been enabled by the Creative Arts Award through the Studio Creative Arts & Design Community at UW-Madison, as well as the sponsorship of the National Alliance for Mental Illness (UW-Madison chapter).
The show is approximately 40 minutes long, and will be followed by a 20 minute artist talkback. NAMI will be present before and after the performance with resources related to suicide, depression, self-care, and other issues of mental health.