An Interview with Heather Keller of Chemo Barbie – Part 2

Monique LeBleu

Registered Critic, Writer, Editor

Monique LeBleu of Better Lemons interviewed Heather Keller of the “Chemo Barbie Show” which has made its journey from the Hollywood Fringe Festival to this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival, now currently underway until the end of the month.

In this series of five podcasts, Monique LeBleu talks with Heather Keller of Chemo Barbie, now at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where she shares on her cancer diagnosis, the ups, downs, and side effects of treatment, “cold-capping” (to keep her hair), workshopping her solo show at Samuel French and Soaring Solo, woman power, plans to raise a family with her husband Brian McCarthy, motherhood and planning for the Edinburgh Fringe.

The Chemo Barbie Show plays at 1:30 p.m. every day from now until Tuesday, August 28, 2018, with the exception of this coming Monday, August 13, 2018, (the only day the show is dark) at the Gilded Balloon Teviot. For those planning to visit Edinburgh this month, visit the Edinburgh Fringe Festival ticketing page for tickets.

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Music: “Backed Vibes – Rollin at 5” by Kevin MacLeod
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