Come see me in keepingabreast; opening tomorrow night, and playing until next Saturday! Yeah, it’s about breast cancer, but it’s definitely not, y’know, a drag. Anything but! I’m really happy to be a part of it. And there’s some nudity, if you like that kind of thing.
What night should you come? Well, Leah’s coming next Wednesday. Buy your tickets now!
Ratutu Collaborative Presents
by Jackie Rosenfeld
A Multimedia Black Comedy about Coping with Breast Cancer
Mina has a lump in her breast and it’s resisting the chemo therapy. Her doctor recommends she have a mastectomy, but she’s only 28 years old. She has two weeks to decide whether keeping her breast is worth risking her life. Will Mina’s parents have the right answer? Will her best friend know what to do? How about her local stripper or porn shop employee? The fact of the matter is that everyone has an opinion about breasts, and Mina is determined to examine as many sides as she can before making a decision that will change her life forever. Jackie Rosenfeld’s play is a touching and deeply funny exploration of one woman’s journey to define her breasts and herself.
Directed by Rebecca A. Trent
Assistant directed by James Nocito
November 1st â€“ November 11th
Weekday performances start at 8 p.m.
Weekend performances at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m.
For tickets go to http://www.theatermania.com/content/show_cast.cfm/show/126328
Or call 212-714-5309
Shetler Studios 244 West 54th Street (12th Floor), between Broadway and 8th Avenue
About Ratutu Collaborative: Ratutu Collaborative presented its first show ‘Broke Hotel’ this June with great success. They are committed to creating relevant, but not pretentious theatre and supporting new playwrights in New York City and around the country. For more information about the collaborative please visit www.ratutu.com or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.