Comics Dylan Brody & Will Durst on stage at CPAC
Dylan Brody and Will Durst, two of the funniest stand-up comics working today, will provide the entertainment next Saturday, July 27, at the 2nd Annual Benefit Event for the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center.
Durst, who once co-hosted a radio talk show with former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown, takes on everyday American life and culture. As an avowed equal opportunity satirist, he has performed at events featuring both Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush.
The multi-talented Brody is a humorist, playwright and comedian whose witty and profound telling of the stories of life has earned him millions of fans worldwide. He has written for Jay Leno’s “Tonight Show” monologue and has appeared on A&E’s “Comedy on the Road” and Fox TV’s “Comedy Express.”
Beginning at 6 p.m., the evening will include beer, wine, delectable food and live music in the lobby, along with a Silent Auction of high-quality items, such as weekend get-aways, dinners, oil paintings and more.
Since opening in 2011, CPAC has provided three seasons of great plays and musical performances. Audiences have said they love the experience, and the musicians and actors who play there consistently rave about the acoustics and professional facilities.
Box office sales, however, only cover about 38% of the theater’s operating costs, making it necessary for them to raise an additional $25,000 to make up the difference.
As one of the CPAC board members noted, “As it took the entire community to create the theater, it is the whole community that keeps it going.”
Tickets for this very special evening are $125 each and can either be purchased online at cloverdaleperformingarts.com or at the Mail Center, next to the theatre at 207 N. Cloverdale Blvd.
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