Come celebrate the release of my new book, “Having A Ball At Thirty” with live reading and music performances!
Once again, I had the privilege to perform my musical, Turning Thirty, about my experience with testicular cancer, to an audience of nurses, social workers, case managers, counselors, and physical therapists. In partnership with Anne McSweeney of CEU Concepts, I presented the musical and together we held an interactive session to discuss the patient experience […]
I’m excited to announce an intimate Turning Thirty, The Musical performance. It is designed for healthcare professionals seeking CEU credits, and we’ll be discussing survivorship. It’s this Thursday evening, please register to come and/or share with those you think may want to attend. Thank you to CEU Concepts for the opportunity and to Garden Plaza […]
Tomorrow the official workshop of my musical “Turning Thirty” begins. It has been a lot of work and exciting news pulling this all together, so let me just dive in and blab on about all the fun: The Showcase Performance Monday, June 10, 2013 from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM (EDT) Theatrical Outfit Balzer Theater […]
I know it has been six months since my last update about my musical workshop that was successfully funded last summer through Kickstarter thanks to so many wonderful, generous people. Unfortunately, scheduling conflicts kept getting in the way of making the workshop a reality. So this year, I rebooted and started all over. I didn’t […]
“Turning Thirty, The Musical” is my musical “dramedy” that explores what happens when a young couple debating starting a family is suddenly faced with a diagnosis of cancer. It’s based on my own true story, and I’m hoping you will help me take this story to a larger audience. I am raising money to do […]
Parts Gone Missin’ (Demo) by Tom Willner It’s been a while since I shared a new song, so I decided to post this even though it’s still just a demo recording – me and piano. Let me know what you think. This one is inspired by my old flame cancer, with whom I had […]
When I was undergoing treatment for testicular cancer, I began reading “The Artist’s Way” by Julia Cameron. For those of you not familiar with it, its basically a course to help you become more creative. Two of its main tenets are that you should journal every morning and have a block of time each week […]