Comedian Eddie Sarfaty presents his stand-up show “Mental” in two cities to benefit ROSMY. The two-night fundraiser hits Richmond on Wednesday, November 18 at the Firehouse Theater. The show starts at 8 p.m. and follows with a reception at 9 p.m.
The following night, Sarfaty takes the stage at Escafe on Charlottesville, VA. The show promotes his new book, “Mental: Funny in the Head,” his comic memoir on gay life.
Sarfaty has appeared on the Today Show, Logo’s Wisecrack, and Comedy Central.
Tickets are available in advance through ROSMY by calling 804-644-4800 or e-mail Sarah Koski to reserve your tickets. Include your name, phone number, and preferred address.
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