AADP’s 11th Annual Comedy Show Benefit, Laugh for Lives 2018, will take place on March 23, 2018, at the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre, San Francisco.
Laugh for Lives
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Born to a Korean mother and an Irish father, Steve's unique background gave him the base comedic material for his first television show, Sullivan & Son, which aired for 3 seasons on TBS.
Grand Prize Winner of The Uncle Clyde's Comedy Cup at The Pasadena Icehouse sponsored by H2F Productions, which featured 100 comedians and he took first place. Growing up PK stands for Paul Kim and Preacher's Kid. (Preacher's Kids = Problem Kids).
Buried deep within the most luxuriant beard in comedy lives DJ Sandhu’s silver tongue just aching to get out and spread its diabolical thoughts. Sandhu has worked with some of the industry’s legends including Bret Ernst, Dat Phan, Carl LaBove, Tommy Davidson, and Godfrey
Andrew has been featured in the SF Sketchfest and the Bridgetown Comedy Festival. Currently, he produces one of the best monthly comedy showcases in the Bay Area.
Mark is a well-respected Real Estate Agent in his office even if he’s the only Agent. He finds himself wandering the streets looking for people to entertain. So, if you see him in a long coat, no need to hide the children…he’s only entertaining himself.
The list of performers includes Steve Byrne, Andrew Orolfo, PK, DJ Sandhu, hosted by, Mark Shaw with special guests from the San Francisco community. Join us for a special after party in the city! More details to come, so check back with us.
Special early bird and advance group pricing are available now! Get your tickets while quantities last!
We are currently seeking sponsors for our event. If you are interested in becoming a Laugh For Lives sponsor, please email, Nittu, email@example.com
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About Laugh for Lives:
An old saying goes, “Laughter is the best medicine” and we certainly believe that humor is a strong medicine for the mind and body. Laugh for Lives is a comedy show benefiting Asian American Donor Program (AADP). Our primary goal of the event is not only to provide a stellar line-up of comedians for an evening of much-needed laughs but to elevate the awareness of our mission, helping save lives of patients with leukemia, lymphoma and other blood diseases. The evening is designed to educate and encourage individuals between the ages of 18-44 years old, who are from ethnic minority communities to register as a potential bone marrow donor. Laugh For Lives is an AADP volunteer’s idea to help bring more attention about the need for donors to individuals from diverse communities.