Bridgeport High School, along with Vintage Theatre Company, hosted a fundraiser production of "To Kill a Kelpie."
It's about twin brothers who reunite to deal with the loss of their abuser as kids. More than a dozen people came out in support of the production.
Performer Jeremy Crawford said he loves supporting a good cause.
"Its a message I'm so passionate about and really hoping that a lot of people come see it so it can stir up information about it. People want to seek help, or just kind of have a stronger understanding about situations like child sexual abuse," Crawford said.
If you missed Friday night's show, you can catch it Saturday Feb. 22, at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday Feb. 23, at 2:00 p.m. For more information on childhood sexual abuse, you can visit Stop the Silence's website.