The Comedy With A Cause program looks to work with charitable organizations throughout South Florida to help bring them funding and exposure that assists them to continue to provide their valuable services.
In November of 2010, THEY improv joined with three other troupes to come together to benefit Tickled Pink, a night to benefit two separate charities.
The Michelle Catania Children's Theater Program, in partnership with the Center Players, her local community theater in Freehold, NJ, will provide children's theater programming as well as scholarships (in Florida and New Jersey) to children of parents who have survived or passed away from cancer.
Event Proceeds also benefited the American Cancer Society's flagship breast cancer fundraiser, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer (MSABC), which funds national research as well as provides local support to women with breast cancer.
"Lil Bean," the mascot of the night was developed by Tony Catania and symbolizes the fun for the evening along with the value of the charities involved.
To find out more about the Tickled Pink evening and the charities involved, visit their website by clicking here.
"THEY are not kidding!" are benefit performances for the Fort Lauderdale Children's Theatre, and have been a huge success!
About THEY improv
THEY improv is a national leader in improvisational comedy for corporate events. Often performing for charities, THEY improv is changing the face of comedy. THEY can be seen around the country working for corporate events at various venues. More information about the troupe is available on their website at www.THEYimprov.com.
Contact us by email at info@THEYimprov.com or by
phone at (866) 219-4386.