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Aug. 11 CHF Comedic Showcase to feature Abby McEnany
2021-07-13

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On Wed., Aug. 11, 7-8 p.m., the Chicago Humanities Festival (CHF) will host "Work in Progress: A Comedic Showcase of Chicago," featuring Abby McEnany, on Navy Pier's Lake Stage.

There will be a virtual introduction by McEnany and live appearances of her curated comedic line-up.

The line-up will consist of Eunji Kim, Meghan Babbe, E.J. Cameron, Evan Mills, Jake Noll and Sabeen Sadiq.

McEnany's show, Work in Progress, will premiere Sunday, Aug. 22, on Showtime. Registered guests will receive exclusive access to view the season-two premiere of Work in Progress following the event.

Tickets are available July 13 to CHF members and July 15 to non-members.

Visit www.chicagohumanities.org/events/work-progress-comedic-showcase/ for tickets and more information.


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