Coping with cancer: A husbandâ??s perspective
Many times, movies and plays take a look at how a person deals with finding out they have cancer.
On Monday June 10 at the Royal Theatre in downtown Macon the play "Time Flies When You're Alive" takes a different perspective. â??It is a true story of a man's perspective when his wife is diagnosed with cancer and how they get through that,â?? said spokeswoman Modeste Ewing.
The play begins at 7 p.m. The performance is by Mark Ridgway, a professional actor from Brookfield, Missouri.
Ridgway has been on numerous TV commercials in the Kansas City area. He has acted in several independent short films and most recently acted in the full-length, horror film â??Nailbiter,â?? which was released last year to Redbox.
Tickets can be purchased at Macon-Atlanta State Bank or at the door for $8. All proceeds from ticket sales will go to the Macon County Relay for Life.