The Center for Hearing and Communication celebrates 100 years as New York’s leader in hearing health care with an evening of 100 laughs at Comix.
You’re invited to a riotous fundraising event April 21st at Comix where big names in stand-up gather to raise big bucks for this venerable nonprofit founded 100 years ago in 1910. All proceeds go to the Center for Hearing and Communication (CHC), a hearing center that has transformed the lives of more than a million infants, children and adults with hearing loss through innovative treatments and therapies that foster independence and personal achievement.
This year’s Benefit is the 24th annual stand-up event presented by CHC. What makes this event so unique is that all punch lines are made accessible to people who are deaf of hard of hearing. Through real-time captioning (CART), infrared listening devices and ASL interpreters, this evening of 100 laughs is made accessible to anyone with a hearing loss.
This year’s lineup* includes:
Darrell Hammond (Saturday Night Live)
Colin Quinn (“Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn”)
Christian Finnegan (Comedy Central, Countdown with Keith Olbermann”)
Dave Attell (Comedy Central’s “Insomniac”)
Greg Giraldo (Comedy Central Roasts)
Julian McCullough (“Comedy Central Presents”)
Marina Franklin (Comedy Central’s “The Awkward Comedy Show”)
*Lineup subject to change
WED, April 21st @ 7:00 PM
353 W. 14th Street
New York, NY 10014
For more information about this show or to RSVP, please visit www.chchearing.org/news-events/events/24th-annual-comedy-night or call Susan King at email@example.com and (917) 305-7804.