BROOKFIELD, Conn. -- Come to a night of revealing talk with writer, comedian and mental health advocate Kevin Breel at Brookfield High School on Wednesday, Feb. 10.
Breel is a 22-year-old author, comedian and mental health activist whose work has been featured in media outlets such as "Forbes" and "The Wall Street Journal."
As a writer, his debut memoir "Boy Meets Depression" was published by Random House and has achieved critical acclaim.
As a comedian, Breel became one of the youngest feature acts in Canadian history; beginning to tour as a teenager. He has been on stages like the House of Blues, the Sony Centre and the Coliseum in Vegas, as well as a frequent headliner at college campuses across the country.
The talk will begin at 7 p.m. and is sponsored by Brookfield Cares, and funded by the Dex Smenyak Foundation and the Brookfield Cares Foundation.
Brookfield High School is at 45 Long Meadow Hill Road.
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