Comedian Brett Leake to perform at Carver Recreation Center

Brett Leake 1Charlottesville Parks & Recreation will present a Comedy Night featuring Brett Leake on Saturday, June 6, 2015 from 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm at Carver Recreation Center. The cost is $5 per person.

“Quality of life” is a phrase Brett Leake uses a lot.  In his youth, the Virginia native was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy.  But he pushed the disability aside and has become a successful comic, gaining national recognition on The Tonight Show, Entertainment Tonight, and the American Comedy Awards.  Brett has a 100% “clean” show and delivers a positive uplifting message about living a life filled with joy and humor.  After his performance on the Tonight Show, Jay Leno said, “He broke up the whole room.  People realized here’s a man with a disability and he’s not gonna’ let it bother him.”

To purchase tickets, please call (434) 970-3053.  Tickets may also be purchased in person at Carver Recreation Center.  There are a limited number of seats available, and tickets are non-refundable.  No alcohol is permitted.

Carver Recreation Center is located in the Jefferson School City Center at 233 4th Street NW, which is accessible via Main Street and Preston Avenue.  For more information, please contact Carver Recreation Center at (434) 970-3053 or visit

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