Are you there, Judy? It’s me, Cancer.

Does your life really change forever once you have had Cancer? Is Global Warming a symptom of Chemotherapy? Do hospital socks have to be so uncomfortable?

Judy Fabjance presents an evening of Comedy, Cries and Choreography as she takes you on her journey through Breast Cancer. Learn about “the one” who truly wasn’t there for her and why she hates all holidays except one. And why cancer all she can think about is cancer so come cancer see this cancer show.

GayCo Productions presents their first one person show, Are you there, Judy? It’s me, Cancer. Running 9pm Friday’s in February at Donny’s Skybox Theatre.

“Any show that includes Judy Fabjance …is worth the price of admission.” – Nina Metz, Chicago Tribune


Directed by Angie McMahon
Musical Direction by Amanda Murphy
Written and Performed by Judy Fabjance

Script edit by Kelly Beeman
Choreography by Atalee Judy and MK Victorson

Press Opening: Friday, February 3rd, 9pm
Runs Fridays at 9pm from February 3rd through February 24th
Donny’s Skybox Theatre, 1608 N. Wells St.(4th floor), Chicago, IL 60614 (North and Wells, Brown line Sedgwick stop, #72 bus to Wells)
$13 tickets can be purchased at, Box Office phone # 312.337.3992 or at the door.

About Judy Fabjance:

In 2008, at the age of thirty four, Judy Fabjance was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. She had a mastectomy on Christmas Eve and a week later her Lymph nodes removed. She received four rounds of chemotherapy and has been cancer free since.

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