Joy Juice-A young man's story of chemo,cancer & good fortune

solo performance · pmdj · Ages 13+ · United States of America

family friendly one person show
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FRANCISCO BRACHO certified reviewer June 08, 2015
We are invited in to the life of a high school senior and his experience with cancer. We see the love and closeness of his family and the care of his doctor. Through this we remember for ourselves how small acts can mean so much. ... full review
I. EKPENE certified reviewer June 09, 2015
An extraordinary story of a young man's battle with cancer. Through his eyes, we are able to experience his pain and suffering but most importantly the love of his family. His heartfelt depiction of his journey is not only honest but touching. It makes one realize just how fortunate we all are. Definitely a must see!!... full review
MARC FRANCOEUR certified reviewer June 13, 2015
An honest and simple show about one man's journey through a death defying health crisis. Danny brings a sincere and understated tone to his portrayal of himself in this autobiographical one man show. I laughed and cried and was reminded of what a special gift life truly is. AND Danny's JOY JUICE Foundation is a great cherry on top this sundae. He has truly used alchemy to take his life experience and help children with cancer through his foundation which provides them fashion make-overs to make them feel better and more empowered. WAY TO GO DANNY! I am behind you 100%!!... full review
MICHAEL GORDON SHAPIRO certified reviewer June 13, 2015
A heartfelt and no-punches-pulled personal narrative of a teen's fight and triumph over cancer. Though a biographical vignette can't offer the structured rise-and-fall of a work of fiction, Joy Juice offers plenty of laughter, twists, and drama. Danny's affable personality and down-to-earth delivery helps give uplift to a sometimes harrowing account, and keeps the weighty subject matter from getting lachrymose. Though you know from the get-go that Danny survived and triumphed, the sometimes-funny, sometimes-intensely-gripping story of his journey is well worth following. ... full review