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Please join us for an afternoon of laughs to support a great cause.
The Charlotte Dilworth South End Rotary Club invites you to attend "Fried Chicken Curry" -- a comedy show benefiting Visions Global Empowerment. All proceeds will support an e-learning initiative for disadvantaged youth in Tamil Nadu, South India.
Ticket prices are:
$15 - online special
$20 - at the door
$40 - Rotary VIP (comes with a drink of your choice and tax receipt upon request)
Your Opener for the afternoon is Rajesh Kumar. Raj Kumar is Standup and Improv comedian. He was born and raised in India and is currently based in Charlotte. Raj has performed in several Improv shows. In his standup, Raj shares his American experience and life stories. He has won many comedy competitions, worked with many talented comics and hosted comedy shows for India’s #1 Comedian Vir Das.
Your next performer is Brandon "Shake" Rainwater. Brandon Rainwater is not afraid of the truth. The semi-proud father of two children, he gives audiences his brutally honest - yet always hilarious - take on parenting, different generations and other absurdities of daily life. Born and raised in South Carolina, Brandon brings a sweet Southern flavor to his comedy that makes him hard to hate and easy to love. Brandon has opened up for Dick Gregory, Julia Scoggions , Rodney Perry, Chris Kattan, Anthony Johnson aka smokey from Friday and more. Always brining his energetic humor and random expression to the stage.
And finally, your Headliner is Shivani Nadarajah. Shivani is a local Greenville comedian and improviser with Alchemy Comedy Theater. She was the runner up in the 2014 South Carolina's funniest Comic Competition and is often featured at the Greenville Comedy Zone. Born Canadian, bred Sri Lankan and raised Southern at heart, Shivani’s humor is a healthy mix of what happens when East meets West. She is a social butterfly andbest known as Upstate's brown sound that gets around!
100% of all ticket sales will support Visions Global Empowerment, with up to $1,000 being matched by an anonymous donor.