Musical explores depression and mental health

Brian Wetzel

Brian Wetzel

Brian Wetzel’s one-man musical comedy, “Depression ~ The Musical!” takes the audience on a unique journey through mental health and talks about the many factors that contribute to depression.  Wetzel will perform his show on Saturday, November 23, 7:30 p.m., at Niles Discovery Church, 255 H Street, Fremont.  A donation of $10-$15 is suggested; no one will be turned away for lack of funds.

With 8 original songs and plenty of laughs in between (including a visit from rapper D-Preshun), “Depression ~ The Musical!” will leave you laughing and inspired.   Wetzel is a professional speaker and comedian whose career and personal life became absorbed with an ongoing battle with depression.  In this musical comedy presentation, he

In his comedic and educational presentations, he shares with his audience the humor he had to find just to survive.  He talks about the many factors that contribute to mental health issues and why getting help is so important.  Wetzel’s unique mix of comedy and education leaves audiences laughing and inspired.

Wetzel has also toured extensively with his original one-man show “Side by Side ~ a journey with depression:  a funny look at serious survival.”  For his work in humor and mental health, he was honored with a Real Heroes Award from The American Red Cross.  For more information about Brian Wetzel and his work, visit www.wetzelprodcutions.com.

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