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Alyse Kenny brings you some of Gotham’s funniest comics to help raise money for a different charity each month! Tonight we're celebrating our one-year anniversary and benefiting The Diabetes Research Institute Foundation, Inc.!
Enjoy a night of big laughs for a great cause and enter our raffle to win exciting prizes!
Featuring MC Jimmy Failla, Alyse Kenny, Harrison Greenbaum, Eddie Brill, Carmen Lynch and Special Guest Sherri Shepherd!
Alyse Kenny is a stand-up comic, actress and emmy-winning television producer. She currently plays a variety of roles on ABC’s “What Would You Do?”, the ultimate soccer mom in a new Shout commercial, a femme fatale on The Bio Channel’s “I Killed My BFF” and a dancing shop owner for Hanky Panky Undies. Other TV credits include being a Series Regular and Co-writer of the pilot, "Pryor Knowledge" with Richard Pryor Jr., Host of the comedic clip show “Alphabet Soup” on ABC Digital and comedy sketches on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” Her clean, fun brand of comedy showcases her skewed view of growing up the daughter of a shrink, take on relationships and jobs working in television.
About The Diabetes Research Institute Foundation
“The Diabetes Research Institute Foundation (DRIF) is the organization of choice for those who are serious, passionate and committed to curing diabetes. Its mission is to provide the Diabetes Research Institute with the funding necessary to cure diabetes now.
The Diabetes Research Institute leads the world in cure-focused research. As the largest and most comprehensive research center dedicated to curing diabetes, the DRI is aggressively working to shrink the timeline toward the discovery of a biological cure for this disease. Having already shown that diabetes can be reversed through islet transplantation, the DRI is building upon these promising outcomes by bridging cell-based therapies with emerging technologies. The Diabetes Research Institute was created for one reason – to cure diabetes – which is and will continue to be its singular focus until that goal is reached. For the millions of people affected by diabetes, the DRI is the best hope for a cure.”