Local celebs gather to perform lip sync routines for charity at SAK

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“It’s for a good cause” isn’t typically a tempting reason to buy a ticket, but how about “It’s for a good cause and it’s going to be goddamn hilarious”? This celebrity lip-sync battle benefiting the American Lung Association has a stacked lineup, with performances by the loquacious Steve Gunter (owner of the Dubsdread Tap Room), trial attorney Tony Sos (a born performer) and Mike Bianchi, the Orlando Sentinel’s “God is a Gators fan” sports columnist. Our money’s on former Orange County comptroller Martha Haynie, though, who’s performing as part of a trio with Nancy Robbinson and Linda Kobert of OCPS. Any woman who can get elected as a Republican seven times while challenging unchecked county spending and speaking up for marriage equality, Planned Parenthood and Hillary Clinton is a woman NOT to be underestimated.

6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 7 | SAK Comedy Lab, 29 S. Orange Ave. | lipsyncforlungsorlando.org | $35-$50



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