Ladies Out Loud: All Female Comedy Show to Benefit MIAMI DOLPHINS
Just the Funny Improv partners with the Miami Dolphins to raise money for the women's empowerment division of the diversity initiativeConcerts & Performances, Events of the Week
This Saturday, an all-female cast will hit the stage at the Just the Funny theater to raise money for the Women’s Empowerment division of FOOTBALL UNITES, the foundation of the Miami Dolphins. The signature show with limited performances each year is called LOL: Ladies Out Loud, and this fourth production will feature Miami’s funniest female comedians, improvisers, and writers. The improv portion will be created in that very moment by the performers and based on suggestions from the audience. The show will also original sketches and musical parodies starring the women of Just the Funny’s award-winning cast.
Jason Jenkins, senior vice president of communications and community affairs for the Miami Dolphins
The theater is proud to donate proceeds from the show to the Miami Dolphins’ FOOTBALL UNITES, the team’s social justice initiative. Jason Jenkins, the team’s senior vice president of communications & community affairs will be there, introducing the program’s goal of being inclusive of the diversity and aware of the intersections that make up South Florida, uniting groups of different races, genders, sexual orientations, identities, abilities and faith around the power of football. These programs connect to the NFL’s Inspire Change platform, showcasing the collaborative efforts of players, owners and the league to create positive change in communities across the country and work with RISE – the Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality — to eliminate racial discrimination, champion social justice and improve race relations.
Saturday, November 30th, 9 p.m., Just the Funny Theater, 3119 Coral Way in Miami (just 6 blocks East of Miracle Mile and in the middle of the block, on the second floor) tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door, click here to reserve seats.
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