HBO’s Crashing is Bringing Together Comedy and a Little Christmas to the Stage in NYC, and Helping a Great Cause

With Season 3 of his hit HBO comedy series Crashing coming up this January, comedian/star Pete Holmes and executive producer Judd Apatow, in association with HBO, host an evening of stand up featuring a collection of friends and fellow comedians. Taking place at the Gramercy Theatre on January 15th, a portion of proceeds from ticket sales will go to the nonprofit organization Ronald McDonald House New York. Below, please find event details and attached, a media alert with additional information.

The comedy performers are all stars- Pete Holmes, the star of Crashing will perform as will co-star Jamie Lee and the series co-creator and Executive Producer Judd Apatow. Joining them is season three guest star John Mulaney (who also happens to be one of the hottest tickets in comedy this year thanks to a beloved special being released) and hot young up and coming comedian and Daily Show Correspondent Jaboukie Young-White.

There’s another surprise, one of Christmastime’s greatest legends Regina Spektor will perform for the audience.

Tickets are not cheap- $75 to get a seat- but a portion of proceeds will support one of the truly great charitable organization, the Ronald McDonald House in New York. There’s also VIP tix available for those of you who want a preferred seat and a Meet and Greet with Judd and Pete.

Created by and starring Pete Holmes, the comedy series CRASHING returns for its eight-episode third season SUNDAY, JAN. 20 (10:00-10:30 p.m. ET/PT),

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