TMI Project and MHA Present the Documentary Short “Vicarious Resilience” at Rosendale Theater

Film about mental health and the Ttansformative power of true storytelling to be released at the Rosendale Theater during Mental Health Awareness Monthon May 29. Local Hudson Valley storytelling nonprofit TMI Project, in partnership with The Mental Health Association in Ulster County, Inc. (MHA), will present the debut of its documentary short film: Vicarious Resilience at the Rosendale Theater in Rosendale, NY on May 29th at 7:15pm. The documentary follows three Hudson Valley residents over the course of a 10-week TMI Project storytelling workshop. Along the way, the participants experience the transformative power of true storytelling; they face mental illness, childhood neglect and addiction head-on; and, ultimately, share deeply personal stories about love, loss and triumph. The debut of the film will include two live storytelling performances by additional workshop participants as well as a panel discussion about about storytelling and mental health with representatives from MHA and TMI Project. Vicarious Resilience was filmed and produced by Hudson Valley’s own NorthGuild Production.

Vicarious Resilience Documentary Release: Tuesday, May 29, 7:15 p.m. Tickets are $20 in advance/$25 at door. For more info and tickets, visit:

For further information, press passes, or for an advance copy of the film, please contact TMI Project Marketing & External Affairs Director Sara DeRose at More information on TMI Project can be found at:

Tuesday, May 29, 2018 -
7 pm to 9:30pm
Rosendale Theater
408 Main St.