Comedy for a Cause

Comedy for a Cause


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About Comedy for a Cause

Our goal is to raise money for one or our staff members who has recently lost a loved one. All ticket revenue will benifit the family of the bereaved, to help with financial obligations during this difficult time. We hope to see you all out for a great night of entertainment, fun, and to enjoy an incredible lineup of talent.

Starring Micah Bam Bam White, featuring Don Garret, Kim Villamera, with special guests Ronnie Cummings and Dennis O’Connell. Hosted by Tim Loulies.

Micah “Bam-Bamm” White has spent over 20 years in the entertainment industry as a stand-up comedian, host, and philanthropist. He has performed in four countries, and in over 80 U.S. cities in 30 states. The go-to guy for corporate comedy and hosting, White’s talents have led him to perform for 40 corporations, 30 non-profit organizations, and 20 colleges doing everything from stand-up to hosting and delivering the commencement address. He’s gone on tour with Gary Owen, has hosted and performed aboard the Tom Joyner Foundation Fantastic Voyage, and has appeared in Denzel Washington’s “Unstoppable” and the Lifetime network’s “Army Wives.”

Don Garrett resides in Charlotte, NC. The Virginia native is the self-proclaimed "Chuff Daddy" of Comedy. His clean and witty comedic style is suitable for people of all ages, and recently recorded his very own special for “Dry Bar” in Provo, Utah. Named one of Charlotte’s Up-And-Coming Comedians in 2017, Don continuously captivates and amazes audiences. Don produces and hosts shows all over Charlotte in addition to performing all over the southeast coast. Don’s motto is “Laughter is an instant vacation.” He loves every opportunity to provide a journey filled with laughter. Don has opened for Sean Patton & Last Comic Standing winner Jon Reep.

Tim Loulies has performed at such legendary venues as the Apollo Theater in Harlem, Hollywood Improv & the Comedy Store on Sunset Blvd in Los Angeles, has been featured in the Washington Post, heard on Sirius XM Radio, and seen as the head instructor on the PBS Documentary “Comedy Boot Camp.” He's also worked with four cast members of Saturday Night Live, five WWE Hall of Famers, in addition to such names in the world of stand up as Tony Rock, Guy Torry, Bruce Bruce and the late great John Witherspoon.