Happy Fourth of July Week!
As we celebrate our Independence Day, Cancer Tamer is also celebrating the confirmation of our cast for Breast Cancer Diaries – The Play. Our “Voices” of Breast Cancer Diaries are: Jennine, Laurel, Barbara, Terri, Arnaldo, Joan and Claudia. They will be joining Dr. Charley Ferrer and Debra Santulli-Barone on stage.
We’re also celebrating the fact that we’ll be hosting an encore performance on October 22 in Manhattan. This encore performance will be a Fundraiser to support our Celebrate Life and educational programs. Our Celebrate Life Program provides fully funded adventures for breast cancer patients, reminding them life isn’t merely surviving, it’s about thriving!
October 5, 2019 Saturday 7:00 – 8:30 pm at Hampton Inn on Staten Island
followed by our VIP/Cast Party from 9:00 pm to Midnight.
VIP Party includes: show, DJ & Dancing, Appetizers, Cash Bar, and Special Swag Bag.
October 22, 2019 Tuesday 7:00 – 8:30 pm at TADA! Theater 15 West 28th Street in Manhattan
Doors open at 6:00 pm – join us for a little wine and cheese before the Play.
As part of the Play, you’ll also be the first to view our two mini-films: Faces of Breast Cancer and Messages of Hope.
In celebration of the 4th of July holiday and thanks to a generous donation by an anonymous donor, our VIP Tickets are on sale for only $50. This offer will not last; first come basis. Use the link below to purchase your General Admissions and/or your VIP Tickets.
Save the Date now for one or both of our shows. And be sure to join us in Staten Island for our VIP Party. If you can’t join us, consider purchasing a ticket to be donated to a cancer patient.
Live with ROARING passion,
Dr. Charley Ferrer
CEO & Founder
SPONSORS: Passionate Woman 100% PURE Body Scrubs & HERO oils; Thrive Market; Staten Island Arts; Think Happy Media; Lois & Richard Nicotra Foundation; BCB Bank; Sofia’s Taqueria, Gina Maria Cake & Co.; CURE Magazine; Creations Magazine, Mid Island Rotary Club, and New App Limo & Cars
Breast Cancer Diaries – The Play is made possible (in part) by a DCA Premier Grant from Staten Island Arts, with public funding from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.