Comedy for Charity

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In a Nutshell

Bill Dawes and Jill Bryan lead a night of laughs, music, and dance to benefit Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse

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The Deal

  • Two tickets to Comedy for Charity
  • When: Sunday, September 21, at 7 p.m.
  • Where: Fox Theatre
  • Door time: 6 p.m.
  • Ticket values include all fees

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Comedy for Charity

“Violence sucks, so I’m doing what I can to end it,” says Comedy for Charity’s founder Suzie Sexton. It’s a subject that hits home for the comedian/attorney: she lost her sister to a fatal, unsolved mugging. To raise money and awareness about violence, and to question society’s glorification of it, Comedy for Charity uses laughter. This event, which benefits Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse, unfolds like a classic variety show with the Arizona Daily Star’s David Fitzsimmons emceeing comedy, music from Leeanne Savage, and ballet from the school of Dancing in the Streets.

The Lineup

Bill Dawes
This boyish looking standup has been seen Sex in the City and the movie I Hope they Serve Beer in Hell

Warning: contains profanity and animosity towards emoticons

Jill Bryan
Known for her “What A Mouth” segment on the syndicated Lu Valentino Show, Jill Bryan has entertained the troops as part of The Comedy Squadron and shared the stage with Jimmy Fallon and Jeff Ross

Warning: contains some insensitive humor toward eating disorders and Albuquerqueans

Susie Sexton
Occasionally called a “blonde Carrot Top,” Suzy tends to incorporate props into her sizzling bits, often using her comedic edge to raise money for charity

Warning: contains profanity and doesn’t give Van Morrison proper credit

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