A fun evening of music and comedy with an exceptional singer and comedienne, and Atlanta’s renowned funnyman: Nancy Gaddy and Jerry Farber!
This show is a benefit for Hope Atlanta, an organization that provides a comprehensive approach to address homelessness and provide solutions that promote lifelong stability. We appreciate your support of this inspiring organization!
$20 Adv – $30 Door
Doors @ 7:30 PM
All ticket sales are final. No refunds. Door is Cash Only.
Nancy Gaddy has had an adventurous and eclectic career as a performing artist. As an actress, she has appeared in the NATIONAL TOURING COMPANY of THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW in addition to regional theatre and touring productions of AS YOU LIKE IT, BIG MOTHER, BURIED CHILD, HAIR, HENRY VI/PART I, OH CALCUTTA!, OUT OF THIS FURNACE, SIDE BY SIDE BY SONDHEIM, SOCIAL SECURITY and THE KING AND I.
Nancy is a trained actress and singer – she attended INDIANA UNIVERSITY and received a BFA in Theatre from SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY, and a MFA from CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY. She has been an artist in residence at the SMITHSONIAN and performed a series of original theatre pieces in repertory that she co-wrote and produced at the EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL THEATRE FESTIVAL in Scotland.
She has appeared in numerous films and episodic television shows including THE DEER HUNTER, REPLICANT, DAWN OF THE DEAD, and BLADE RUNNER, has been on-air talent for several PBS radio and television programs, plus numerous commercial spots.
Jerry Farber's unique style of hip piano finesse and warm-blooded humor endears him to fans. Best of all, he personalizes each performance, weaving his audience into each routine. He performs at a near exhausting pace that leaves a crowd roaring at this Georgia Football Fan / Redneck routine and mesmerized by his music. Fans have voted Jerry One of the Top Five Celebrities in Atlanta in an Atlanta Constitution / WSB Radio Poll. He was elected Entertainer of the Year by Atlanta Magazine three times in recent years. Jerry was also featured in a short documentary about his life as an older comedian on the road called "Jerry-atric: One Comic's 80-Year Climb to the Top of the Bottom".