Sunday, July 16, 2017

Kansas City Film Fest Cancer Tribute

Quick look at some of the offerings of a local cinema tradition. Here's a great write-up on a powerful personal story:

KU professor to debut comedic play about bladder cancer at Kansas City film festival

Bringing a new element of awareness to comedic plays, Mechele Leon is shining a light on bladder cancer, while getting audiences laughing in the process. Written and performed by Leon, a professor in the Department of Theatre at the University of Kansas, "Bladder Interrupted" is a one-woman show telling the story of how she was diagnosed with and treated for bladder cancer, and how she survives after having her bladder removed.


Anonymous said...


"Can't hold this one in any's GOLDEN!"

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Anonymous said...

Can we stream it?

Anonymous said...

Not funny