Aparna Nancherla and Sandi Marx Headline Storytelling Benefit For Swing Left

Some of New York City's best storytellers, including Aparna Nancherla (Netflix "The Standups," Comedy Central's "Corporate"), Danny Artese (Moth GrandSLAM Winner), and Sandi Marx (Seven-time Moth StorySLAM Winner), will headline Our House Live, a storytelling benefit for Swing Left on Tuesday, July 31st at 7 pm at Caveat in New York City. Featuring personal stories about "taking power back," 100% of ticket proceeds benefit Swing Left, a grassroots group of over 300,000 volunteers nationwide devoted to helping Democrats take back the House this November.

Tickets for Our House Live at Caveat are available for purchase here for $20 (general admission) and $40 (VIP seating).

The show marks the culmination of OUR HOUSE, a new podcast series about the first time activists realized they needed to get involved and what happened next. Activists featured in the series include Laura House of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, Shafi Rehman of Indivisible, and Princess Manuel of Women of Color for Progress. Each episode showcases one specific way for listeners to get involved and make a difference.

Our House is created and hosted by Art, Humanity & Action founder and director Nicole Ferraro, a storyteller and performer (Why So Much Shame?, New York Story Exchange) and Art, Humanity & Action digital media producer Jeff Rose, a storyteller and web developer (New York Story Exchange, I Have a Crazy Idea). Born in response to the 2016 election, Art, Humanity & Action is a series that unites storytelling, social justice, and fundraising.

Subscribe to Our House podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, or Soundcloud.

Born in response to the 2016 election, Art, Humanity & Action is a series uniting storytelling, activism, and fundraising. The goal of Art, Humanity & Action is to use personal storytelling to inspire unity and compassion, elevate voices, spur action across a range of issues, and raise awareness and funds for marginalized groups and communities in need. Art, Humanity & Action events have enlisted support and raised thousands of dollars for organizations like the Anti-Violence Project and Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America.

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