copyright the Chronicle April 29, 2015
by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph
NEWPORT — “I couldn’t possibly have a problem because I don’t like cocaine, I just like how it smells,” is one of the edgy jokes the Improbable Players, a Boston theater troupe, used to raise awareness about drug and alcohol abuse at North Country Union High School (NCUHS) on Tuesday.
The teens attending oohed and aahed and laughed often as the troupe performed on stage in the auditorium.
The initial skits were followed by a play and a question and answer period when the students could ask the actors anything that came to mind.