Sunday's Premiere of Bipolar Disorder Documentary to Benefit Miya Jo Must Home
Sunday's premiere of 'Of Two Minds' at the Maple Theater will benefit the Kadima house, a home for local women living with bipolar disorder.
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Our pick for today: Of Two Minds premiere
- When: 2 p.m. Sunday
- Where: The Maple Theater (4135 W. Maple Rd. in Bloomfield Hills)
- Cost: $20
- Why Go: This Sunday, see the premiere of Of Two Minds, a documentary produced by two former Detroit residents about the lives of three individuals struggling with bipolar disorder. Proceeds from the premiere will benefit the Southfield-based mental health organization Kadima and its Miya Jo Must Home, a retreat for women living with bipolar disorder.
The event is presented by Monni and Joel Must, whose daughter Miya is the namesake for the Kadima home. Miya lived with bipolar disorder before taking her life in 2007.
Tickets include bottomless popcorn and beverage. A question-and-answer session with the filmmakers, former Detroiters Lisa Klein and Doug Blush, will follow. To purchase tickets in advance, contact Paula Schonberg at 248-559-8235 or email email@example.com.
Also happening this weekend:
- Love Story of Cranbrook Founders at the Center of New Tour
- Guest Musicians to Visit Birmingham's St. James Church Sunday
Come back to Birmingham Patch on Thursday for more weekend things to do in our Weekend Planner, or visit our events calendar.