Stand Up for Education: Comedy for a Cause

January 25, 2018
6:45 PM to 9:00 PM
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1101 E. Washington Street
Louisville, KY 40206

Comedy night is back and better than ever!  Join us for laughs, food and drinks at Stand Up for Education: Comedy for a Cause, on January 25, at PLAY Louisville.

This year’s event will feature funnymen Bob Batch and Mark Klein.

Opening act Bob Batch is a 25-year veteran of the comedy business, with commercial, comedy club, and corporate appearances. He is best known for his tutorial, How to Talk Like a Native Kentuckian.

Nationally touring comedian, Mark Klein, makes laughter his living from Tampa to Tahiti, in venues ranging from cruise ships to comedy clubs to corporate events. National credits include CBS, A&E, Showtime, Bob & Tom, plus profiles in GQ and Forbes. Offstage, this Louisville native is a husband, father, thoroughbred race horse owner, and the official walker of the dumbest dog in the world.

And our host/emcee will once again be AAF-Louisville's very own Tom “Moon Dawg” Ulmer, Director of New Business at iHeart Media.

The AAF-Louisville Endowment Fund provides scholarships to local college students who are pursuing careers in advertising or marketing-related fields. 

January 25, 2018

5:30 pm Happy hour and silent auction
6:45 pm Show begins!

PLAY Louisville (next to Copper & Kings in Butchertown)
1101 E. Washington Street
Louisville, KY 40206


$20 per individual ticket (general admission, see floor plan)

$30 per reserved individual ticket (table seat)

$100 per reserved table (seats 4)

Have any questions? Feel free to contact Allison at or call (502) 895-2500.

Food provided by:


Floor Plan