“Sugar” — A New Play About Living With Diabetes

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Robbie McCauley (from ArtsEmerson)

Diabetes is a familiar condition for many people, but every life lived with diabetes is unique. And for 8 nights, Emerson Professor Robbie McCauley will talk about hers, and the path that took her from America’s South to New York to Boston.

The show is called “Sugar,” and Chauncey Moore provides the soundtrack to this one-woman show.

An excerpt from the “Sugar” web site:

“From the comfort foods of the South to the free spirits of New York, award-winning performer Robbie McCauley vividly portrays her extraordinary life’s journey. Robbie takes us from off-beat downtown to Broadway and beyond, cracking open silences about the pains and triumphs of living with “a little bit of sugar” – diabetes. Chauncey Moore plays live music to punctuate the piece and a talkback with Robbie will follow each performance.”

For more information, visit the “Sugar” page at ArtsEmerson

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