I just did a performance of Laughing In The Face of Cancer for Ovarian Cancer Canada Toronto General Hospital. Here is the review..
Watching Robert Hawke’s Laughing in the Face of Cancer was not only hilarious, but it helped to break down barriers of isolation by allowing the room to laugh and appreciate the shared experience of illness. Being able to laugh at something that can be so traumatic and draining, was empowering and set the tone for the rest of the day.’
Doing the show was an absolute ball. I went on at 10:30 am. all hail the glorious power of caffeine! Hope wherever you are that you are having a tremendous day