Comedy for Karma IV Jan 1Comedy for Karma IV April 5, 2011 at 8pm (doors 7:30) at Gotham Comedy Club in NYC 208 w 23rd, between 7th & 8th Aves. 212-367-9000$40 general admission advance / $50 at the door / $75 VIPPlease join us for this unique annual fundraiser — arguably the most fun you’ll ever have without a lot to clean up afterwards. Anyway, you’ll be helping a really great cause — especially if you opt for the hot-shot VIP Tickets. It’s nearly sold out every year so book ’em now! Dine at the club or present your ticket confirmation at nearby Blossom Du Jour for a 15% discount that night. SEE A VIDEO FROM LAST YEAR.>>Click here for TICKETS and details<<Check out this motley crew:John is a writer and correspondent for The Daily Show. He joined that show in 2006 and at the time of this writing is yet to be fired. >visit his site(Tentative) You might know Wyatt best from his work as a fake news correspondent on The Daily Show but his long career as an Emmy award-winning comedy writer and standup is far from fake. >stalk him on the webOlivia is comedic actress (NBC’s Perfect Couples) and a Daily Show correspondent. Thank goodness she’ll be emceeing the event or it would smell like a locker room in there. >she’s on the interwebsHis fourth time at C4K, Gary appeared on NBC’s Last Comic Standing (and that might be because he’s so darn tall) and his own Comedy Central Special, Boyish Man. >download pictures and draw mustaches on themIn addition to spelling stuff weird, Myq (pronounced “Mike”) was a top 5 finalist on the most recent season of NBC’s Last Comic Standing and also graced that network’s Tonight Show. He has appeared on Comedy Central Presents and won the 2009 NY’s Funniest Standup Competition. >tickle him with electronsYou may have enjoyed Jamie on The Conan O’Brien Show or CNN’s The Joy Behar Show. He co-hosts the Citizen Radio show, which is dedicated to covering the stories that the mainstream media ignores. Most importantly Glenn Beck has called him a “doofus.” >turn him in to the local authoritiesDan is a syndicated cartoonist, a board member of the farm, and will be there dressed as a syndicated cartoonist and/or a board member of the farm. >heck, he has a dubya duby dubya tooAdvance tickets recommended! $40 for advance general admission seats/$50 at the door or if you want extra-special Karma and to doubly help farm animals, consider buying $75 Reserved Seat VIP tickets, which include the best seats in the house and a free shirt of your choosing!>>Click here for TICKETS and details<<Many thanks to Gotham Comedy Club for donating the space!