Comedy Helps End Dependence Benefit: Jay Davis, Todd Glass, Bret Ernst, More
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Chelsea Handler -- irreverent host of the late-night talk show Chelsea Lately -- is hitting the road for a national stand-up comedy tour in support of her fifth book, Uganda Be Kidding Me. An absurd and hilarious collection of travel essays, Uganda Be Kidding Me finds Handler detailing her exploits while on safari in Africa, attempting to kayak in the Bahamas and escaping from a German hospital on crutches. She also shares her unique thoughts on etiquette, hot spots and memorable destinations. Handler's previous books, which include My Horizontal Life: A Collection of One-Night Stands, Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang and Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea, have been met with critical acclaim for their comedic voice. Be prepared for a night of laughs when the words in her latest book leap from the pages and are delivered straight from Handler's feisty mouth. Learn More
Enjoy a full line up of comedy all-stars at the landmark Ricardo Montalbán Theatre in the heart of Hollywood. All proceeds benefit End Dependence, a non-profit organization that helps people living in Los Angeles County to reclaim their lives from addiction to alcohol, cocaine or methamphetamine.
Jay Davis hosts, with Mick Betancourt (Comedy Central), John Caparulo (Vince Vaughn’s Wild West Show, The Comedy Store), Bret Ernst (The Late, Late Show with Craig Kilborn, Steve Harvey’s Big Time), Todd Glass (Jimmy Kimmel, Sarah Silverman Show, Conan O’Brien), Tracey MacDonald (Spike TV & Comics Unleashed), and John Roy (The Tonight Show, Craig Ferguson).