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A Westside Variety Show For ‘Breast Friends’
"This is very new for us as a method of fundraising, but we are thrilled to have been selected to be the beneficiary of the proceeds of the event," said Becky M. Olson, Co-Founder of Oregeon-based non-profit, Breast Friends, of Through the Rabbit Hole, a comedy-based variety show happening this Thursday in Santa Monica.
"Our new positioning statement and mission is this: 'Until there’s a cure, women will continue to be diagnosed with breast and other women’s cancers. Until there’s a cure, their lives will continue to be turned upside down, and until there’s a cure, Breast Friends is helping them survive the trauma of cancer, one friend at a time.'"
Through the Rabbit Hole -- a three hour show featuring music, stand-up comedy, and more -- takes place at The Promenade Playhouse, on the 3rd Street Promenade. Doors at are 7:30 p.m.
Performing will be: Amir K, Jessica Fichot, Matt Sarentino, Ocean Glapion, Jeff MacKinnon, David Blatter, Frank InyaFace, Rick Michell, Ryan Gilmour, Humberto Guida, and yours truly, Caleb Bacon.
The event will be hosted by Orris Long. Tickets can be purchased through EventPay.
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