Award-Winning Comedian Eddie Brill Will Bring Laughter to Foothills Community, CBE

EVERGREEN, COLO.,  — We could all use some laughter these days, and Congregation Beth Evergreen has just the ticket. Literally!! The entire community is invited to Beth Evergreen’s Annual Comedy Fundraiser with hilarious, globally-acclaimed, New York-based Eddie Brill – live and in person on Sunday, May 7, at 3:00 p.m.

Tickets are $36 (age-appropriate for 16+), which includes Eddie’s stand-up performance, an opening music act, a Jewish Food Auction, and light refreshments. Childcare will be provided at no charge.  All proceeds benefit Congregation Beth Evergreen. Please register here.

A powerhouse of humor on stage, Eddie has taped more than 100 TV shows in six different countries. For 17 years, he worked on “The Late Show with David Letterman,” serving as the audience warm-up and as the Stand-Up Comedy Talent Coordinator for 11 of those years. Eddie also appeared on an Emmy-nominated episode of the FX hit series, “Louie,” and acted in several films, including “30 Years to Life” with Tracy Morgan. He has delivered his comedy on some of the most iconic stages in the world, including The Shrine Auditorium and Radio City Music Hall; and on May 7, he will be live on Congregation Beth Evergreen’s great stage!!

Opening for Eddie will be Denver’s very own 5280 A Cappella. Named one of the “Top Vocal Groups” in Denver, 2019 Winners for “Album of the Year,” and nominees in 2018 for “Pop Group Of The Year” by the A Cappella Music Awards, 5280 A Cappella brings a burst of infectious energy through their voices and non-instrumental music. 

Held in person at Congregation Beth Evergreen, 2981 Bergen Peak Dr., Evergreen. Parking is available in the Beth Evergreen lot, and overflow parking at Rocky Mountain Academy (up the hill). For additional questions or information, email or call 303-670-4294.

Please register here for May 7th fundraiser tickets and childcare requests. And get ready to laugh out loud!

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