Humor Abuse: a special benefit performance
On Jan. 26, 2012, over 70 Aim High supporters attended a special benefit performance of Humor Abuse at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco. Humor Abuse is one-man show written and performed by Lorenzo Pisoni, an Aim High fan, about growing up in San Francisco’s Pickle Family Circus. The hilarious and poignant play was followed by a special reception afterwards with Aim High Executive Director Alec Lee and Lorenzo Pisoni, the star of the show. Thanks so much to everyone who attended – we really enjoyed seeing you there! If you weren’t able to attend the Aim High night, Humor Abuse is playing all through February at ACT. You don’t want to miss it!