The Austin Babtist Women, an all-male, all-volunteer comedy fundraising troupe, returns to the stage to ring in the holidays with their usual hilarious hijinks. Best known for their personas as “little old church ladies” and their choreographed routines, the charitable force known as the Austin Babtist Women was created in 1986 as a one-time charity performance. After a successful run, the fundraising group continued performing nationwide raising money for HIV/AIDS, breast cancer and other charitable causes.
“A Very Pink Christmas” is a free holiday variety show featuring special guest entertainers including award-winning impersonators Dana Woodrow and Pannica Tack, opera and musical theater performer Chaz Nailor, and more. The 28th annual holiday show benefits the Breast Cancer Resource Center.
When’s the last time you got in a good laugh with “little old church ladies”?
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Sunday, Dec. 14, 7pm