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“Life in the Cancer Lane” takes the stage in Phoenix this Thursday!

21 Oct

Life in the Cancer Lane™

A Pinkwellchick® Production

© 2013 Barbra Watson Riley

life-in-the-cancer-lane imageLife in the Cancer Lane™ begins when women first hear the word “Breast Cancer” and chronicles what happens when they are thrown head first into the “Cancer Lane”.

Whether it’s chemo side effects or loss of hair … and friends, the play examines the twists, turns and bumps in the road along the breast cancer journey. The stories told are based on conversations with breast cancer survivors and their caregivers.

About the Playwright/Executive Producer

Barbra Watson Riley was diagnosed in September 2011 with advanced stage 3 breast cancer. Her treatment included chemotherapy, a double mastectomy, and radiation. Six months after completing treatment, she was diagnosed with metastatic cancer of the lung. She is not only surviving but thriving! Barbra is also completing a memoir sharing the same time as the play: Life in the Cancer Lane.

Upcoming Performances

October 24, 2013

“Life in the Cancer Lane” a Pinkwellchick® Production

Sponsored by Cox Communications, Inc.

Benefiting the Health & Human Services Facet of the Phoenix Chapter of the Links, Incorporated

Black Theater Troupe
1333 E Washington St
Phoenix, AZ 85034

5:30 PM-6:30 PM: Reception

7:00 PM: Performance

General Admission: $25 (almost SOLD OUT!)

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