STAND UP LIVE HUNTSVILLE PRESENTS COMEDY AND CARING STARRING JUSTON MCKINNEY TO BENEFIT FREE-2-TEACH AUGUST 11-12th.
Stand Up Live Huntsville welcomes Juston McKinney and Hank Denson for a night of clean comedy for parents and teachers. For the next week and a half donation bins will be set up at the box office of Stand Up Live located at 2012 Memorial Parkway Southwest. Anyone who brings in school supplies will receive a $5 ticket to the show. All school supplies will go directly to Free-2-Teach. Free-2- Teach is an incredible organization run by Eula Battle, our wonderful mayor’s wife. Their mission is to provide students, teachers, and the community with the resources that they need to thrive. Each teacher who shops at the Free 2 Teach store leaves with an average of $505 in free classroom resources. The supplies teachers receive directly benefit students in two ways, 1) enhanced classroom instruction – benefiting all students and 2) teachers are able to put school supplies directly into the hands of the underserved students in their classrooms. The show is open to audience members 19 years of age.
All teachers who bring a valid teaching ID will get in to any four of the shows.
Juston McKinney has appeared on a half dozen Comedy Central shows including his half hour Comedy Central Presents and his 1-hour special Juston MicKinney A Middle Class Hole which was released by Warner Bros. His TV credits include The King of Queens, The Tonight Show, and he was part of the Blue Collar Comedy Next Generation Tour.
Hank Denson is a comedian based out of Atlanta who has worked with Jamie Foxx, Amy Schumer, and Cedric the Entertainer. After going on a field trip with his son and seeing what teachers go through on a daily basis he created a video that went viral called #PayTeachersMoreMoney. He has now performed for teachers all over the country.