7620 Katy Freeway Space 431
Houston, TX 77024
4:00 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013
Please join Houston Improv, Sol-Caritas and a talented group of comics; Billy D. Washington, Archie Blaxx, Stacy Anderson, Kristin Lindner, Bukky Rojugbokan, Jennifer Jermany and Ken Boyd, as we come together to honor one of the most inspirational civil rights leaders of our era; a man of God, a man of the people, and a powerful champion of unity.
We have planned a show befitting the Reverend King, who preached the virtues of coming together in the spirit of dignity and discipline. To that end, we promise a day of hilarious, quality comedy appropriate for everyone. The show will also feature some of Houston's hottest comics. Everyone should have an opportunity to enjoy what we expect will be an unforgettable show.
Laughter remains one of the few things we can all share, and thankfully can always be enjoyed in abundance. More importantly, it is because of Dr. King's unyielding mission and his ultimate sacrifice that I am even able to Sol-Caritas' artist perform at the Improv. Thanks to him, and the countless others who supported his dream, we can celebrate as one community.
On August 28, 1963 the Reverend Martin Luther King delivered his “I Have a Dream Speech” to 250, 000 thousand people at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. and demonstrated how profound and life altering the power of words can be. We look forward to honoring that tradition on January 19th at the Improv, with you and your family.
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