Death By Improv's Variety Show to benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation



For the past ten years, Death By Improv has been using our October shows to raise money for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. It is a cause that is near and dear to all of us at DBI, as many of us have been touched in different ways by this horrible disease. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic has made live performances an impossibility, but we still want to do our part in helping to end breast cancer in our lifetime. So, instead of our normal show, Death By Improv, will the help of some of our talented friends, will be holding a streaming Variety Show to benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, on Friday, October 23, at 8:00 PM eastern. The show is viewable on our YouTube page, youtube.com/deathbyimprov.

Joining DBI for this special night are some amazing Jersey-based performers:

Howdy Stranger – /
Mikey Erg – ‚Äč /
Renee Maskin (of Lowlight) /
Drew the Recluse – /
Dan Baker – /
Scruff – no internet presence /
Jean Marie Henry /
Dreena –

And, of course, Death By Improv!
Death By Improv – / www.facebook.com/deathbyimprov /

More information about The Breast Cancer Research Foundation: The mission of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation is to prevent and cure breast cancer by funding the most promising medical research worldwide. By investing 91 cents of every dollar to our mission, BCRF stands today as the largest and most highly rated global funder of breast cancer research.

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