444 Battery Street
San Francisco, California 94111

This show at Mitch Mullany's home club has an incredibly strong lineup including:

Mark Curry, Alex Thomas, Donald Lacy, Faizon Love, Geoff Brown, Howie Bell, Ise Lyfe, Jay Lamont, Lewis Dix, Luenell Campbell, Melia Mills, Rodney Perry, Ruben Paul, Speedy, Suli McCullough, Tony Roberts, Wiley Roberts, Daniel Dugar and Dana Garrett

Mitch Mullany (September 20, 1968 – May 25, 2008) was an Irish American actor and screenwriter who grew up in Oakland, California. He starred on the Warner Bros. show The Wayans Bros. as White Mike and also had his own show, Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher. In 1999, he wrote and starred in his own film entitled The Breaks as Derrick King. Most recently he hosted an ABC reality series called All American Girl.

Mullany passed away unexpectedly on May 25, 2008 at the age of 39. The cause of death was a diabetes-related stroke.[1] [2] After Mitch's death, The Laugh Factory in Hollywood, where Mitch had performed numerous times, put up a marquee that read "Mitch Mullany: Rest In Peace. Make God Laugh." Various friends and the staff of The Laugh Factory organized a sold-out tribute to Mitch at The Laugh Factory on the afternoon of June 8, 2008. Mitch's family held a life celebration for Mitch on July 6, 2008 in Berkeley, California..

Ticket proceeds will benefit the Oakland School District.

Official Website: http://www.livenation.com/event/getEvent/eventId/334982

Added by molivier on August 7, 2008

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