Come for the Martinis,
Stay for the Laughter
Soroptimist International of Elk Grove
Saturday, March 25, 2023
You’re invited to enjoy the custom mini-martinis, appetizers, and live entertainment. Our comedians put the “Fun” in fundraiser!
We are working on our entertainment; check back in December to see who we’ve lined up – laugher will be included!
*More information available below.
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Tickets are nonrefundable unless this event is canceled by SI Elk Grove.
Our Opener: Brooke Heinichen
Brooke is a San Francisco stand-up comedian.
She is a paid regular at the San Francisco Punch Line, Cobb’s Comedy Club, the Alameda Comedy Club, Rooster T. Feathers and Laugh Unlimited. She placed third overall in the 2021 World Series of Comedy (out of hundreds of comics nationwide) and was the winner of the 2019 Rooster T Feather’s comedy competition (out of 180+ comics).
She has performed at the last 5 SF Sketchfests, and was selected as one of Audible’s Fresh Faces of Stand-Up (a show highlighted in USA Today). She was also selected for Comedy Day in San Francisco in 2019-2022, and was a semi-finalist in the 2022 SF International Comedy Competition. She has studied satire writing with The Second City, and her jokes have been featured on the front page of Reddit and as the Joke of the Week at the DNC Speechwriters office.
Originally from Ohio, she talks quickly and smiles a lot.
Our Headliner: Dan St. Paul
Dan St. Paul has been chronicling his life on stage for 30 years. After turning fifty, he discovered his body changing (“I’m a cylinder now. I can wear a belt anywhere on my body.”), his memory faulty (“I have eight pair of reading glasses and I have no idea where they are.”), and dealing with a lazy teenager (“I have a bumper sticker that says ‘My Son’s Just Getting by At Hillsdale High’.”).
Instead of sitting home and stewing about, he’s touring the country with “What’s Funny After 50?”
Dan has been a national headlining comedian at some of the top comedy clubs in the country. He has appeared on NBC, ABC, FOX, Comedy Central, A&E, and VH-1. Dan has also opened for such celebrities as Jerry Seinfeld, Jay Leno, Ringo Starr, Natalie Cole, Hall and Oates, Vince Gill, Clint Black, and even the San Francisco Symphony (“I knew them when they were just a garage band.”) His “The First Baseball Game” is one of the most requested comedy pieces on the syndicated Bob and Tom Radio Show.