The Brainpower Chronicles:
Mental Health Stories

Storytelling has been an integral part of humanity’s history since before the written word.

Storytelling has been an integral part of humanity’s history since before the written word. From podcasts to TED talks, storytelling has taken on new forms as technology progresses, but its presence is constant. It’s human nature to share our stories of joy, pain, success, and loss with each other. These shared experiences, the act of sharing those experiences, deeply connects us to others in the world.

NAMI Washington launched The Brainpower Chronicles: Mental Health Stories to bring people together in their experiences of mental illness and recovery. Mental health crises can be some of the most isolating health events one may experience in this lifetime, with a ripple effect that impacts entire families. The Brainpower Chronicles is our way of creating community and breaking down the stigma that keeps people silent, while raising funds for NAMI Washington’s critical mission to improve the quality of life of all people affected by mental illness.

The 2022 performance is being held LIVE at the Kirkland Performance Center for 250 people, and will also be LIVE STREAMED. The theatre can seat over 400, we are only selling 250 tickets for the LIVE performance so that we can ensure the safest environment for our guests. If you wish to purchase a ticket to attend in person, please know the following:

    1. Proof of vaccination required at the door the evening of performance

    2. Face masks must be worn for the entire performance

    3. Seating will be ushered, by group, so you and your guests can remain together, but also

    be socially distanced from others.

Remember, we are also LIVE STREAMING the performance, the ticket cost is the same.

Strength. Hope. Vulnerability. Because recovery is real, and we're going to talk about it in the realest terms. You'll laugh, you'll cry...and you'll leave The Brainpower Chronicles knowing YOU ARE NOT ALONE!

Meet Our BPC Cast Members, past and future!

Victoria Harris, MD, MPH

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The Brainpower Chronicles: Mental Health Stories

November 2022

7:00 - 9:00PM

Kirkland Performance Center

BPC is a very special event, and we are looking for some special partners to support it. Please contact Kris Eschman at keschman@namiwa.org or 206-672-0955 if your company or organization is interested in becoming a sponsor.
What are the BPC Sponsorship Opportunities?

Meet the BrainPower Chronicles Sponsors!

Stage Manager
Front of House