Unlike the two-week anniversary, the destruction from Sandy has not yet passed. Communities have only just begun rebuilding as volunteer efforts ramp up to save what’s left. And Staten Island, the borough that was arguably hit the worst, is one of them. So for this reason, Louis C.K. — comedy’s current Golden Child — is offering his hand in the recovery.
This Saturday, the stand-up performer and star/producer/director of FX’s Louie, will play two shows (tickets go for $65 a pop) at the St. George Theatre in Staten Island, with all proceeds going to the Project Hospitality Hurricane Relief Fund. Part of this might reflect on the two shows he had to reschedule two weekends ago due to the fact that, according to an e-mail he sent to fans, he didn’t want “a pole to smash your face in because you saw some comedy.”
Add another reason to the “Why Louis C.K. is the Coolest Guy in the World” list.
The goal is to entertain and help our neighbors on SI.if any scumbag tries to resell these tix for profit please don’t participate.
— Louis C.K. (@louisck) November 8, 2012
Also, if you can’t get tickets, here are other non-Louie ways you can donate. Until then, you can watch this: