Austin Babtist Women host
A Very Pink Christmas
on December 19th
The all-male, all-volunteer comedy fundraising troupe, the Austin Babtist Women, will host their 25th annual holiday show to benefit the Breast Cancer Resource Center on Sunday, December 19th. Joined by special guest entertainers, the free holiday comedy show takes the stage at Oilcan Harry’s in Austin’s downtown Warehouse District.
The preshow at 6:30 p.m. features jazz singers Scotty Hardway and Kit Kat, with cabaret entertainer Sandra O’Neal. Then at 7 p.m., the Austin Babtist Women perform with special guest entertainers Victoria Weston and Shegotta Mustache from Dallas. Local performers Christine King and Dana Woodrow will also bring their unique performances to the stage.
Country singer and songwriter Weldon Henson, along with cabaret star Brooklyn Barbieri, perform during the “A Very Pink Christmas” benefit performance. A lavish silent auction will also be available from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Created in 1986, the Austin Babtist Women have become an incredibly and respected charitable force, performing throughout the nation to raising money for HIV/AIDS, breast cancer and other charitable causes. The group of four men takes on the personas of little old church ladies and stage elaborately choreographed, side-splitting routines - raising more than $7 million dollars along the way for charity.
Admission is a suggested $5 at the door. Oilcan Harry’s is located at 211 West 4th Street. For more information, visit www.BabtistWomen.com.