BOLINGBROOK – The HOPE Center and HaHaMen Improv have come together to host a night of fun, excitement, and memories for everyone in their joint production of an Improv Comedy Night at 7:30 p.m. March 16.
Limited tickets are available for this special night and are $10.
The HOPE Center, located at 530 E. Boughton Road, Bolingbrook, is a place within the community where people find hope, healing and wholeness through the love and grace of God.
Its mission is to transform lives one person at a time through various grace-filled seminars, conferences, healing schools, social events, recovery groups and life-coaching.
HaHaMen Improv and Sketch Comedy Troupe, a faith-based clean comedy team based in the west suburbs, was recently featured on Moody Radio Chicago's morning show Karl and Crew Mornings.
The team has been working hard to provide a fun, exciting, and safe alternative for comedy Chicagoland. With so few options for live comedy that entire families can enjoy, HaHaMen strives to be one of those choices so that families, friends, co-workers can laugh together.
The Improv Comedy Night at The HOPE Center will be an evening of clean comedy that is safe for all ages.
Tickets are available through the Events page at www.thehope22center.com. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for the public to come to the Café22, visit The HOPE Center, and learn about the programs and services offered by The HOPE Center and Nichole Marbach Ministries.
About HaHaMen Improv and Sketch Comedy Troupe:
HaHaMen is a group of Christians that work hard to bring clean, family friendly entertainment in a world desperate for an alternative. HaHaMen was founded in 2013, and has performed at community events, fundraisers, church events, and youth events.
HaHaMen is available for booking by emailing LOL4God@HaHaMen.org or visiting HaHaMen.org.
For more information about The HOPE Center, visit www.thehope22center.com.