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Alone In My Head

By Playwright Carl Stillitano
average rating is 5 out of 5
Digital Copy $10 | Hard Copy $20

The play "Alone in My Head" follows the protagonist, Sinatra Constantine, as he navigates his futuristic hi-tech apartment and interacts with his AI assistant, Lexa. 

Sinatra is dealing with mental health issues, including bipolar disorder, anxiety, and depression. Throughout the play, he engages in therapy sessions, discusses his struggles with Lexa, and prepares for a date with Riley.   

The play explores themes of self-doubt, the search for identity, and the importance of balance in one's life. It delves into the complexities of mental health and the challenges faced by individuals dealing with these issues.   

The interactions between Sinatra and Lexa highlight the struggle between seeking comfort and facing the truth, as well as the impact of external influences on one's mental well-being.

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Reading plays that explore mental health challenges can offer numerous key benefits

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Increased Awareness and Understanding: These plays provide insight into  mental health issues, helping readers gain a deeper understanding of various conditions such as anxiety, depression, addiction, and more.

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Spark Conversations: Can spark conversations about mental health among readers, whether it's discussing the themes, sharing personal experiences, or raising awareness about available resources for support and treatment.

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Destigmatization: Plays that address mental health challenges contribute to breaking down the stigma surrounding mental illness. These plays show that mental health issues deserve understanding rather than judgment.

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Artistic Expression and Catharsis: Engaging with the emotional depth and complexity of these plays can provide a cathartic experience for readers, allowing them to explore their own feelings and experiences.

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"One of my new favorites from Carl Stillitano! This play tackles some very real and current issues regarding Big Pharma and Big Brother in American society today. Again, Carl brings monumental, relevant, social issues to the table in a creative, wildly entertaining and thought-provoking manner. Labeled with a mental illness, Sinatra struggles to break free of AI reign and government issued medication to find a new life of freedom and independent thinking. It seems so easy these days for the medical industry to assign a label, dispense medication and send a patient on their way. Why are people not being treated like human beings? Why are we not offered any other solutions before being written a prescription? And once these people are labeled especially children, most create a new identity from it. As if something is “not normal” about them. I would think this automatically lowers self-esteem, causing more dependence on a drug to make them feel better. 

As a parent I’m already in fear of my child having access to way to much information. Information that can be harmful to them, or they are simply not ready for. The thought of AI getting into our children’s heads to persuade they’re thinking, is more than a terrifying thought, it’s a reality. AI is here. It seems harmless to ask Siri or Alexa, a slew of Intriguing questions, but to what end? I just love how this play depicts humanity versus AI. I love how vulnerable Sinatra‘s character is in wanting to break free, but also being frightened to do so. I’m looking forward to seeing this one in the theater"

- Rebecca Spina

The Author

Carl Stillitano

Carl Stillitano is a writer, playwright, director, and producer originally from Mount Vernon, New York. With over three decades of experience, he has served as an artistic director for Seva Productions and One Heart theater companies in NYC, while also mentoring artists and youth through self-actualization workshops.

Personal Motovations

In 2017, when I first learned about Amazon's ambitions to prescribe and deliver pharmaceuticals, I sensed that this topic would eventually find its way into my writing. That day finally arrived on March 20, 2020, coinciding with the onset of the Covid pandemic. Over the following 90 days, I dedicated myself to the task, exploring and documenting the implications of Amazon's venture into the pharmaceutical industry.

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