Monday, July 31 at 7pm,Comedy for a Cause, Proceeds to Benefit Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation,Topping Rose House, Bridgehampton, Tix: $185, Includes, Dinner, Drinks & Comedy

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Benefit, Monday, July 31 @ 7PM, Comedy for a Cause, Bridgehampton
                                             “Comedy for a Cause”
Laughter can cure may ailments, but not juvenile diabetes…until now!

Please join JDRF, Laughing Affairs, Bonnie Bergstein, Lauren Schor Geller, Jennifer Ross, Cristina Ros Blankfein and Katama Eastman for drinks, dinner and a high dose of laughter.

The evening will be hosted by Felicia Madison with Comedy by Jocelyn Chia,
Clayton Fletcher, Nancy Lombardo and Erin Maguire.

Comedy for a Cause
Hosted by Felicia Madison
Featuring: Jocelyn Chia, Clayton Fletcher, Nancy Lombardo & Erin Maquire
Monday, July 31 @ 7PM
Tickets: $185
Includes, Dinner, Drinks & Comedy Show
Advance Purchase,
Toppin Rose House
1 Bridgehampton
Sag Harbour Turnpike

Felicia Madison, will be hosting the upcoming “Comedy  for a Cause”, proceeds will benefit, The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

Felicia had a childhood dream of becoming a Broadway dancer…Her parents had other plans…which is why she was pre-med in college!

Felicia graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in biological basis of behavior and a minor in marketing. (She jokes that she’s only qualified to sell drugs!)

Happily married and Manhattan mother of three, Felicia pulls on her experiences
as a stay-at-home mom in an affluent part of the world to poke fun at marriage, parenthood and life in general.

You’ll find Felicia performing throughout NYC.  In addition to live appearances, Felicia is blogging, podcasting and writing a screenplay.  She’s also producing a daytime comedy program for fellow NYC moms!

“I have been a happily married mother of 3 (most of the time) and have struggled with what to do when my kids were all grown up and gone.  Not knowing what i wanted to do when i grow up, i tried many different professions, school and entrepreneurial ideas.” 

“Finally after thinking about it for a while, i got advice from a fellow comedian/friend on how to start my career in stand up.  I took a class at the manhattan comedy school and i was hooked.”  

Frustrated with the male dominated field and evening gigs, I came up with the concept for a daytime lunch show.  It enables me to perform during the day, when i am completely free, and in front of “my” audience.  The lunches have been a huge success for both the moms and the comedians.  I hope to increase awareness so that i can produce them on a bimonthly or weekly basis.  

Ultimately, Felicia would like to develop a talk show or show based on her experiences and the lunches.

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