Spend a hilarious evening while helping a public schoolpromote awareness of autism. In a night filled with laughter, humor, and fun,watch the Xtreme Gospel Comedy Night and help celebrate the National AutismAwareness Month on April 20 and on May 18, to support the noble agenda ofthe OhioSchool for the support people with disabilities.These shows will be held at the ColumbusFunny Bone Comedy Club in 145 Easton Town Center, Columbus, Ohio.
Xtreme Gospel Comedy is known as the best Christian comedyshow in the Midwest. This comedy show leaves its audience wanting for more asit lacks the vulgarity that most comedy shows show.This Gospel comedy showstarted in 2011 by its Christian couple owners Stephen and Nicole Carter a.k.a.DJ BloodWashed and Lady Xtreme. You may also enjoy the company of the wholegang with JR Junior, Keith Muse, Chris Cherry, Bobby Dodds, Debbie Ruff alongwith its owners.
This is an invitation for everyone to laugh at life whilethey help spread the word out about autism and be able to reach out to familiesand individuals who are suffering from the condition. Its also a noble act ofsupporting the projects of the Ohio State School for the Blind Marching Band.
Formed in 2005, the Ohio State School for the Blind marchingband is aimed to promote music, arts, and half-time shows for the Ohio Schoolfor the Deaf football program. The band is also the only blind marching band inOhio. The blind marching band also made history when it joined the Tournamentof Roses Parade in California in 2010.Its the first blind marching band toparticipate in this 121-year old tradition. This is enough reason for it to beawarded the National Citation of Excellence from national music fraternity, PhiMu Alpha Sinfonia.
If you want to know humor in the right sense of the word, XtremeGospel Comedy Night will show it to you. This is a true testament of what realintelligent humor is; bereft of anything that would make it what ill humoris.