Here For Drama Presents "What Ever Happened to Kim Richards?" - A Benefit Reading

Here For Drama Presents "What Ever Happened to Kim Richards?" - A Benefit Reading

Ziwe Fumudoh, Brian Moylan, Ryan Houlihan, Alex Bedder, Ana Fabrega, Sudi Green, Jeffery Self, John Reynolds, Gabe Bergado

Sun, July 16, 2017

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

$15.00 - $18.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

*** Lineup subject to change *** Limited seating, first come first served ***

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Here For Drama Presents "What Ever Happened to Kim Richards?" - A Benefit Reading
Here For Drama Presents "What Ever Happened to Kim Richards?" - A Benefit Reading
Here For Drama is back! Join us as we recreate the tension between Kim and Kyle from the first season of Bravo's "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" with "What Ever Happened to Kim Richards?" a live-reading to benefit Planned Parenthood of NYC Votes.

Starring:
Ziwe Fumudoh
Brian Moylan
Ryan Houlihan
Alex Bedder
Ana Fabrega
Sudi Green

AND MORE!

PPNYC Votes works to support pro-reproductive health and rights candidates in NYC and works to support legislative priorities in NYC and Albany.
Ziwe Fumudoh
Ziwe Fumudoh is a comedienne based in New York City, USA, baby. Her jokes have been featured in the The Onion, Above Average, and Reductress. Additionally, her tweets have appeared in Buzzfeed, CNN, Cosmopolitan, The Fader, NPR, NYMAG, and other publications her mom hasn't emailed to her... yet. Ziwe rhymes with Freeway.
Ana Fabrega
Ana Fabrega
Ana Fabrega is a comedian in New York City. She currently is a writer on truTV's The Chris Gethard Show, and hosts a monthly show at Starr Bar in Brooklyn called "Sundays with Ana." She has appeared on truTV's At Home with Amy Sedaris, IFC's Portlandia, NYTVF's "Let Me Die a Nun," various web videos for Comedy Central, and more. She also authored the comedy zines “The Truth About Pangaea" and “The Truth About Pangaea II,” published by Social Malpractice Publishing. She was selected for Just For Laughs “New Faces: Characters” in 2017 and for Comedy Central’s “Comics to Watch” for the 2016 New York Comedy Festival.