“Mental: An Evening of Homo-Neurotic Comedy,” featuring Jewish comedian and author Eddie Sarfaty, and benefiting the Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus, will take place 7 p.m. Monday, April 26 at Lush, 990 Central Ave. N.E., Minneapolis. Sarfaty’s stand-up comedy will celebrate the release of his book,Â Mental: Funny in the Head (Kensington Press).
Sarfaty has appeared onÂ The Today Show, on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend and on Logo’s stand-up show, Wisecrack. He has been featured at Montreal’s Just for Laughs Comedy Festival and is one of the subjects of the documentary, Laughing Matters.
Candid and caustic, Sarfaty is described as “a natural storyteller, and his rapier wit effortlessly captures the everyday absurdities of life, blending self-deprecation and sarcasm with a razor-sharp instinct for the ridiculous.”
The Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus is the fourth largest gay men’s chorus in the country and is a member of GALA (Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses). The organization was formed to build community through music while pursuing musical excellence in performance, and works toward the elimination of homophobia and intolerance through community outreach.
Tickets are $25 for the show only, $40 for the show and dinner, or $65 for the VIP package (includes preferred seating, dinner, champagne and a copy ofÂ Mental). For tickets and information, visit: www.brownpapertickets.com or call 212 479-8793.
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