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Stand Up To End Alz – The Historic Savannah Theatre

May 14

STAND UP to ALZ! An evening of comedy to benefit Alzheimer’s research. Featuring Karen Morgan and Rabbi Haas!


PREMIUM SEATING $45 (Best seats in the house)


V.I.P. Experience $15 (Come meet the comedians and have a glass of wine or beverage of choice during a pre-show backstage experience. Get access to the auditorium 30 minutes early and take photos and hang out with the artists.


Karen Morgan has been performing standup comedy in theaters and performing arts centers for almost two decades.  She entertains audiences nationwide with her relatable observations of family and everyday life. Her funny, sentimental stories of growing up in the 1970s & 80s are a particularly big hit with GenXers, Gen Jonesers and Baby Boomers. Karen’s real-life humor, clean material and conversational delivery connect quickly with audiences. She has 2 Dry Bar Comedy Specials: Go Dawgs (with millions of views on Facebook & YouTube) and Rub Some Dirt On It (Top 10 List of 2023) and has been featured in The Washington PostHuffPost, and Insider.  Her credits also include Sirius XM Radio, Gotham Comedy Live and Nickelodeon Television. Karen’s latest audio album, Shiny Happy People Laughing (named with special permission from REM), was recorded last fall in her home town of Athens, Georgia. She now brings this nostalgic and hilarious comedy material live to performing arts venues around the country. Audiences are loving her hysterical trip back to a time when rocks were pets, carpets were shag, and bike seats were bananas. This clean comedy show is particularly suited for folks of a certain age who grew up playing outside without bike helmets, adult supervision, or bottled water – and still managed to survive!

Rabbi Haas is not only here to make you laugh but to ensure you make it to heaven! Rabbi Haas is the rabbi at Congregation Mickve Israel and he also performs regularly at Savannah Comedy Revue and has performed at The Wormhole, Southbound Brewery, Friendship Coffee, Asbury United Methodist Church, for the 40th year breakfast of Clan na Erin, for the JWL, and at The Tybee Post Theater to name few. Not only are all of his sets clean, but meaningful as well. So, it’s fun for the whole family.


May 14


The Savannah Theatre
222 Bull Street
Savannah, GA 31401
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(912) 233-7764
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