We are rescheduling … Because we care
Coronavirus is no laughing matter! Your safety and the safety of others is our priority. In collaboration with our artists, we have decided to reschedule our show. Stay tuned for the new date and further details. We are looking at some time in the summer. If you find yourself unable to attend on the new date and time, the Hydrocephalus Association will issue you a full refund or you can choose to donate the price of your tickets to support our mission - to find a cure for hydrocephalus and improve the lives of those impacted by the condition.
Thank you for understanding and we look forward to being IN STITCHES with you in a few months!
What is Hydrocephalus?
(HI'DRO-SEF' A -LUS)
An excess accumulation of fluid in the brain that can only be treated with brain surgery. There is no cure.
6:30 PM Cocktails
7:30 PM Comedy Show
Doors open at 6:30 PM
Attire: Cocktail Casual
Attendees must be 21 and over.
1735 Vine Street
Hollywood, CA 90028
The Novo is located in the center of the entertainment capital of the world: the L.A. LIVE complex.
Presenting/Platinum/Gold Sponsor Tables, VIP Seats, Balcony Lounge Seating, and Balcony General Admission
Cocktails | Silent and Live Auction | & More
Can't attend? You can still support the cause!
2020 Host Committee
Debbie Allen | Laura Bell Bundy and Thom Hinkle | Lisa Guerin and Tim Ryan | Julie and Andrew Jennison | Becky and Kris Lythgoe Cortney and Mike Pellettieri | Jennifer and Matt Pope | Sara and Marc Provissiero | Sheryl and Billy Rosenberg
Tess Sanchez and Max Greenfield | Farrah and Brett Weitz
GET READY FOR RAMY YOUSSEF
Prepare to be In Stitches
Ramy Youssef is an American stand-up comedian and writer. He can currently be seen in the new hit Hulu show RAMY, which he created, produced and stars in. In 2020, he received a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Television Series Musical or Comedy. Ramy’s first one-hour comedy special “Feelings” premiered on HBO in June 2019. He made his standup debut on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and was also recently seen in an arc on Mr. Robot, as well as in a supporting role in Gus Van Sant’s new film “Don't Worry He Won't Get Far on Foot.”