Comedy show to benefit Sandy victimsNovember 13,2012
DUXBURY – A stand-up comedy show to benefit Red Cross Hurricane Sandy disaster relief will be held at the Crossett Brook Middle School in Duxbury on Nov. 16.
The show will feature local comics Carmen Lagala, Mike Thomas, and headliner Nathan Brady Crain, a former full time touring stand-up comic, hailing form Randolph. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show will start at 7:30 p.m in the cafeteria. A $10 donation is suggested and more is encouraged.
The relief tour cautions that comedy shows, even when clean, are not for children as adult situations are often discussed and parents should treat the show as a PG or PG-13 rated movie.
All funds from the show will go to Red Cross disaster relief and more shows around Vermont will be announced in the coming months.MORE IN This Just In
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