September 2, 2007
Three months ago, Molly Secourswell known writer, filmmaker, speaker and social activistwas diagnosed with uterine cancer.
Her situation was made doubly difficult by the fact that she had only limited health insurance.
Now, a group of her friends and supporters announce there will be a benefit to raise money for her continued treatment and recovery.
The benefit is called The Molly Show and will be at the Belcourt Theater on October 18 at 7:30pm. Tickets are $20, available at www.belcourt.org and at the box office.
Weve put together an evening of comedy, music, spoken word and art, said Dr. Judy Freudenthal, Director of Oasis Center. Molly has many friends in the entertainment and creative community here. Everyone wants to contribute something.
The show will feature world-renowned Irish singer Maura OConnell, dobro genius Jerry Douglas, comedy country duo Doyle and Debbie, Claude McKnight of Take 6, performance poet Minton Sparks, spoken word artist Diallo, soulful singer Steve Conn plus special surprise guests.
Also, visual artist James Threalkill will paint an original painting during the show which will be auctioned off at the end of the evening.
Those who cant attend The Molly Show who still want to contribute can do so through:
P.O. Box 68534
Nashville, TN 37206
Molly Secours Benefit Fund
AmSouth Music-1600 Division #100
Nashville, TN. 37203
For additional information, contact:
Dr. Judy Freudenthal
Oasis Center Prevention Director