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Public Citizen Presents an All-Star Comedy Benefit



Event Details

Sunday, October 6, 2013 • 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Writers Guild Theater • 135 South Doheny Drive • Beverly Hills, California

Public Citizen Presents an All-Star Comedy Benefit: Stand Up for Main Street

Featuring


Photograph of Marc Maron

Marc Maron

Host of the popular WTF with Marc Maron podcast; frequent guest on the Late Show with David Letterman; more than 40 appearances on Late Night with Conan O’Brien



Photograph of Dylan Brody

Dylan Brody

Acclaimed playwright, author and comedian; writer and performer for The David Feldman Show on KPFK; regular contributor to John Rabe’s Off-Ramp on KPCC



Photograph of Ruben Paul

Ruben Paul

Appearances on The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Comics Unleashed, and HBO’s Comedy Showcase



Photograph of Carol Leifer

Carol Leifer

Three-time Emmy nominee for writing on such shows as Seinfeld, Saturday Night Live, The Larry Sanders Show, and the Academy Awards; recently a guest writer on Modern Family



Photograph of Greg Fitzsimmons

Greg Fitzsimmons

Emmy award-winning writer and producer of The Ellen DeGeneres Show; writer for Louis C.K’s sitcom Lucky Louie; currently host of his own satellite radio program


Photograph of Allan Havey

Allan Havey

Guest star on Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and The Sarah Silverman Program; appearances in two episodes of The Office and Mad Men




Betsy Salkind

Appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and most recently in the Showtime special Fierce Funny Women


Questions?

Contact Maggie Barr at (202) 588-7743 or events@citizen.org.

Directions and Parking

The Writers Guild Theater contains over six levels of covered parking in the adjacent structure north of the building and south of Wilshire Boulevard on the west side of Doheny Drive. The rate is $5 on Sunday. Please use the parking structure and do not park in the surrounding residential areas.

Location map of the Writers Guild Theater

 

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