Evening With the ‘Rents 2017

2017 EVENT SPONSORS

We are preparing for the fourth annual, breaking-the-mold fundraiser, An Evening With The ‘Rents 2017!

The stunning setting, sound, and feel of the historic Gem Theater creates the perfect environment for a comedy special. What makes this event unique is that the comics are all parents of children with autism that are working beside local comedians to craft equally crass, hilarious, and touching stories about their lives.

So much more than a benefit, An Evening With The ‘Rents is always an engaging experience for those that believe laughter is at the core of what it means to be human!

Tickets are limited - Do not miss your chance to be part of this wildly funny, unique occasion!

Welcoming back past Rents comedians Olivia Cytrynowicz & Lindy Katzer as your hosts, Evening With The Rents will show us again that laughter is at the core of everything we do!

This year's lineup will include:

Elizabeth Boresow
Scott Landes
Hope McPheeters
Elizabeth Sileo
Jeff Nessel

When it all goes down...

Friday, March 10, 2017

Where to laugh...

Gem Theater
1615 East 18th Street
Kansas City, MO 64108

Sponsor this event...

With roughly 500 anticipated guests, a sponsorship is a wonderful way for businesses to demonstrate their support of youth with autism to parents, professionals, and others that value the lives of youth with autism (and appreciate the value of a good chuckle).

Massive Gratitude

We shout out a ton of gratitude to Keenan Stump and Matt Braun, Speech / Language Pathologists from New Balloon Therapy Services for coming up with this brilliant event and hosting it in support of the campers of Camp Encourage. Not only do they have a wonderful sense of humor but their hearts are full of love for those we serve. For that, we send abundant thanks to them and to each parent that braves the stage and the massive audience to share their stories—sharing the joy and laughter in both the trials and goodness experienced.

The 'Rents Trailer

Sample Comedy From 2016

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