Sarah Silverman Joins All Star Lineup for Inaugural Laugh For Sight L.A.!!

We are thrilled and so very excited to announce that Sarah Silverman has joined the All Star lineup for the inaugural Laugh For Sight L.A. at the Melrose Improv on November 9, 2010! Sarah joins an amazing lineup that already features Kevin Pollak (A Few Good Men and The Usual Suspects), Christopher Titus (Titus and Big Shots), Alonzo Bodden (Comedy Central and Last Comic Standing), and much more.

There will be a VIP cocktail hour prior to the comedy benefit which will include with the ticket price two drinks and tray pass munchies. The VIP ticket will also include premium seating to the benefit, and can be purchased for $100. General Admission tickets can be purchased for $50. The VIP cocktail hour will start at 630PM, and the comedy benefit will start at 8pm. Proceeds from the evening will be benefiting Guiding Eyes For the Blind, a globally recognized guide dog school, and the Scheie Eye Institute at the University of Pennsylvania, where they are leading the way in gene therapy research.

Tickets can be purchased by visiting the following link or by calling the Melrose Improv at 323-651-2583.

L.A. Get ready to get your laugh on!

Nash and I are off to South Beach tomorrow as we will be performing at the historic Colony Theater as part of Ability Explosion this Thursday night. If you are in the South Beach area, come on out to support a great cause, you can get your tickets to the show by visiting the following link.

I know that a lot of my loyal blog readers enjoy reading more about Nash than all the Laugh For Sight stuff, but hey Laugh For Sight has lept us pretty busy this year, which is a good thing, and hopefully will eventually become a full time gig, as we do have to make some money for Nash to eat.  so for the loyal readers, here’s a little Nashee story that happened yesterday. Last night right after Nash ate dinner, I was getting ready to walk him. Nash normally does a little OCD thing where he takes a lap around the kitchen and stands patiently at the front door waiting for me to put his leash and harness on him. Well, not sure what was going on last night, but the little fella was quite happy, as I stood at the front door, preparing to put his leash on him, and he stood in his position, he took off running through my legs, then circled back to his standard waiting position, and took off running through my legs again. It was really cute, but after the third and fourth time, it was getting a little old. He did stop after the fourth trip, and started licking me like crazy. Not sure what had him so happy last night, as we know it wasn’t the Yankee game that was set to start in a few hours.

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