April 22 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Drafthouse Comedy Theater
1100 13th St NW, Washington, DC 20005
*Location: Entrance is on L Street Between 13th and 14th Street*
Featuring Young Adult Cancer Survivors & Co-Survivors sharing comedic storytelling or stand-up comedy sets.
This group of young adult cancer survivors and Co-survivors has honed their skills and crafted hilarious stories and stand-up comedy sets for your enjoyment. Join us for a night of laughter and community as we blow off some steam and raise money for the DC Young Adult Cancer Community, an initiative of Smith Center for Healing and the Arts. Through the DC Young Adult Cancer Community, we provide a space for those living with cancer in their 20s, 30s and early 40s to meet others to vent, laugh, connect, and share resources.
Buy your tickets for $30 per person today!
About Charity Sade
Charity Sade is an up and coming comedian from Indiana, but has resided in Washington, D.C. for the last 8 years.
She has performed across the country, and won a new comic competition at Greenwich Village Comedy Club. Within her first year of comedy, Charity made her festival debut at the 2018 DC Comedy Festival as well as the Chicago Women’s Funny Festival.
She has always used humor to get through difficult moments in her life, including her breast cancer diagnosis at age 27. On stage, she takes her difficult life experiences and turns them into relatable, humorous tales. Her comedic superpower is her ability to make you simultaneously laugh and cringe.
Charity is the creator and founder of Comedic Relief: Coping Through Comedy. You can catch Charity hosting, producing, and performing on shows across the DMV.