Breast Cancer Diaries is a a compilation of stories of women (and men) who’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer; sharing their thoughts, fears, and voices, including voices from those who are no longer with us.
Though breast cancer is one of those topics people want to sweep under the rug, this “dramedy” will share a little bit of drama and a whole lot of comedy, reminding you of the conquering spirit that is within us all.
Whether you’re the one diagnosed, man or woman, friend or medical provider, Breast Cancer Diaries will provide you with new insights and leave you with hope for the future…and hope for a cure…as it reminds us of the power of love, faith, and that there’s more to women (and men) than this disease.
Breast Cancer Diaries is perfect for women and men (with or without cancer), their families and loved ones, as well as medical physicians, holistic practitioners, and anyone who works with–or plans to work with breast cancer.
CELEBRITY HOST Staten Island — Comedian, Jenny Saldana
PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS BELOW
|General Admission $
Tickets ON SALE for LIMITED TIME
|OCTOBER 5, 2019 — Saturday
FOR STATEN ISLAND
Doors open at 6:00 pm
|OCTOBER 22, 2019 — Tuesday
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Doors open at 6:00 pm
|Hampton Inn & Suites
1120 South Ave
Staten Island NY
15 West 28th Street
VIP & Cast Party $
VIP/Cast Party includes: tickets for the Play, DJ & dancing, appetizers, cash bar, Swag Bags, Special Comedy Performance by our
Celebrity Host, Comedian Jenny Saldana, and much more!
VIP Party is 9:00 PM – Midnight
You can also purchase ticket(s) to be donated to cancer patients.VIP PARTY TABLE FOR 4 —
* Written by: Dr. Charley Ferrer with contributing author Debra Santulli-Barone
* Director: Helene Montagna
* Video Producer: Dr. Charley Ferrer with Nydia Marcella, 5-time Emmy Award Nominated Producer of Think Happy Media
Mid Island Rotary Club
Staten Island New York
Purchase Ad in Program Notebook
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.
September 11, 2019
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