Reminder: ‘Folks to Give’ is tonight, May 25
“Folks to Give”, a charity comedy show produced by Decaturish with the support of Avondale Towne Cinema, is tonight at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and tickets will be available at the door. Tickets are $20 for general admission, $35 for VIP. There are only a few VIP tickets left, and VIP ticket holders will get front row seats and two free beers donated by Wild Heaven brewery.
All proceeds will benefit CARE, which is headquartered in Atlanta and is committed to fighting global poverty. Time, talent and space are being donated so all proceeds can go directly to this charity. So far this event has raised more than $1,000. To buy tickets online, click here.
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Towne Cinema is located at 106 N Avondale Rd, Avondale Estates, GA 30002. Here’s a parking map, provided by the city of Avondale Estates.
Tonight’s show will feature …
– Rueben Medina
Rueben is an ensemble improviser with Dad’s Garage, currently appearing in their improvised soap opera, “Scandal.”
– Sarah Zureick-Brown
Sarah is an Atlanta based writer and performer. You can catch her on stage regularly at Highwire Comedy Co. where she teaches improv comedy.
– Liz Grofic
Liz is an Atlanta based improvisor who dabbles in sketch comedy and playwriting. She is a rookie member at Dad’s Garage Comedy Theater where you can see her perform the ol’ make em ups.
– Markis Gallashaw
Markis is an actor/improviser who performs at Highwire Comedy Co. and graduated from ImprovOlympic in Chicago. You can find him in shows such as the “Improvised Disaster Movie”, “The Bed”, “SUPERCONDUCTOR”, and more.
– Amanda Goldstein Marks
Not your typical anything, Amanda, is a Jewish girl raised in Alabama who performs stand-up comedy around Atlanta. She co-hosts/produces the Sis & Tell podcast available on iTunes and Google Play and will be launching the Prank Box Podcast and Live show this summer. Watch her webseries “Mom Cam in the Minivan” at momcamintheminivan.com.
– Chris Clabo, Blair Holden, Syl Turner, Kevin Goreham, and Chris Faulkner from Village Theatre
– Jim Hodgson
Hodgon is the founder of The Atlanta Banana and host of “Atlanta Explained,” a monthly news and improv show at the Village Theatre. He will be the host for tonight’s festivities.
To see the latest updates regarding performers, visit the “Folks to Give” Facebook page by clicking here.
We look forward to seeing everyone this evening, and thank you for having “Folks to Give.”