Anthony Moseley and Sarah Illiatovitch-Goldman
Anthony Moseley and Jeremy Wechsler
February 20-March 30, 2014
Collaboraction Artistic Director, Anthony Moseley, uses his personal experience with his father's battle with cancer as a theatrical lens for a meaning of life dramedy that takes a seriously funny look at cancer, the way we live, and the value of life. This is Not a Cure for Cancer, co-written and featuring Moseley playing himself, promises to attack cancer, its treatment, and the way we live with the same provocative, docudrama style as Moseley's Crime Scene: A Chicago Anthology.
February 20-March 30, 2014.
Press opening is Thursday, February 27 at 7 p.m.
Tickets range from $10 - $30.
Student and industry discounts are available with proper ID at the door. Tickets for all events can be purchased here or by calling 312.226.9633.
All events take place in Collaboraction’s newly renovated space on the third floor of the Flat Iron Arts Building, 1579 N. Milwaukee Ave., the center of Chicago's arts and entertainment district in Wicker Park.
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Collaboraction has formed a network of Community Partners in the areas of Cancer, Hospice, and Wellness in order to help us with our research, connect to Cancer Patients and their families, share their knowledge and services with our audience, promote their services, and co-moderate a post show Town Hall Discussion with Artistic Director Anthony Moseley about Cancer, Treatment, Prevention, and the Meaning-of-Life.
Gilda's Club - Every Sunday - Feb. 23, March 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30
Gilda's Club's mission is to ensure all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action, and sustained by community.
For 100 years, the American Cancer Society (ACS) has worked relentlessly to save lives and create a world with less cancer and more birthdays. Together with millions of our supporters worldwide, we help people stay well, help people get well, find cures, and fight back against cancer.
The Heartwood Foundation Women & Cancer Program provides direct care services to lower income women over the age of 18 living in the greater Chicago-land area with a cancer diagnois.
The Ovarian Cancer Symptom Awareness Organization (OCSA) works to expand public awareness of the symptoms of ovarian cancer in an effort to contribute to the early detection of this deadly desease and, by doing so, save lives.
Many women are not able to get care, or don't get the best quality of care, based on where they live, the type of insurance they have, how much they earn, or their race. The Task Force believes that this is unacceptable and works with different organizations and community members to advocate for and help provide every woman in Metropolitan Chicago with an equal chance in their fight against breast cancer.
Merz Apothecary is a pharmacy established in Chicago in 1875. Merz specializes in natural health, homeopathy, herbs, teas, and supplements, as well as unique personal care products from around the world. Anthony Qaiyum, president and 5th generation co-owner, will facilitate a post-show discussion about immune system health and natural strategies to survive and thrive in our stressful modern lives.
Mary believes that through the power of art making healing, insight, and awareness can be achieved. She provides personal counseling to identify problem areas and then works with individuals in the process of creating in order to provide relief and understanding.
Our chief initiative is to ensure that financial circumstance doesn't get in the way of accessing quality cancer related healthcare services. A Silver Lining Foundation makes sure that no one falls through the cracks.
As your resource for comfort, care and education, Rainbow Hospice and Palliative Care offers you and your loved ones compassionate, caring hospice services today – just as we have for more than 30 years.