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- Everyone is required to wear a mask when not actively eating or drinking
- Everyone is required to show valid proof of full COVID-19 vaccination (examples: physical CDC vaccination card, clear photo of the CDC card, digital vaccine passport such as the Excelsior Pass, NYC COVID Safe, and CLEAR Health Pass)
- Everyone is required to show valid photo ID (examples: state ID or passport)
littlefield is proud to present Generous Laughs 2022: An ACLU of Mississippi Benefit Show, returning for its third installment on Tuesday, January 25th at 8:00 PM! Having highlighted worthwhile organizations like The Pride Fund to End Gun Violence and RAICES in its previous iterations, this year’s Generous Laughs will benefit the ACLU of Mississippi, a crucial nonprofit dedicated to promoting, defending, and extending civil rights and civil liberties to every Mississippian. Y’all means all!
Generous Laughs 2022 features a rootin’ tootin’ *roundup of comedians and musical performers including Sofia Dobrushin (HBO), Jared Goldstein (Vulture Comics to Watch 2021), Ian Lockwood (“Not Like Other Girls”), Monique Moses (“Astronomy Club” Netflix), Natasha Vaynblat (“The Tonight Show”), Jessica Watkins (“SPECIALish”), and more!
Join your hosts and southern New York transplants Mary Bess Pritchett and Lizzy Ana Lincoln for a night of pure delight as we dive into the new year celebrating an incredible organization and the power of giving back!
*Lineup subject to change
Mary Bess Pritchett is a Brooklyn based performer, producer, and cheese fanatic from Mississippi, the land of Dairy Queens and collard greens. Her credits include your favorite live comedy show and film screening series Hoff’s Horrorfest, the entertainment and culture podcast Know Your Role(s), along with regular appearances at The Armory Comedy, The Annoyance Theatre NY, and the Brooklyn Comedy Collective. Find her online at marybesspritchett.com and in the world supporting the incredible work of The Jed Foundation.
Lizzy Ana Lincoln is a performer, educator, improviser, producer and Amish romance novel enthusiast originally from Austin, Texas. She is the co-host and founding producer of Paper Kraine, a semi-monthly new-works-in-development night at the Kraine theater currently in its sixth season. Upcoming projects include MEAT, a surreal comedy about self-improvement, at Frigid Fest in February and the Spring season of Paper Kraine. Catch her with indie improv team Manta Ray Police Force, toting around neonatal kittens for foster work with @brooklyninsomnicat, or on the internet @lizzylink.
ACLU of Mississippi is a nonprofit organization founded in 1969 in the thick of the Civil Rights Movement dedicated to promoting, defending, and extending civil rights and civil liberties to all Mississippians with emphasis on issues related to criminal justice reform, education opportunities, equal access/equality for all, voting rights, and governmental transparency and accountability. The ACLU of MS accomplishes their mission through legislation, litigation and advocacy with the support of donors like you! Learn more at www.aclu-ms.org.
Poster Art by Amanda Xeller.