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Dolphins TE Anthony Fasano, who caught two touchdown passes to lead Miami to a victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, will host a charity comedy show headlined by Emmy-nominated actor Tracy Morgan (30 Rock, Saturday Night Live) on November 26 at 8:00 p.m.
The event will take place at The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater, with proceeds benefiting the nonprofit organization, Rebuilding Together: Veterans Housing.
Don’t miss out on an exciting opportunity to see Anthony take the stage and help raise money for a worthy cause. Tickets can be purchased here, with special VIP tickets including a pre-show meet and greet with members of the Miami Dolphins.
The Anthony Fasano Foundation is a nonprofit organization that supports children and families affected by Autism. Anthony has hosted his annual Golf Classic, which benefits the REED Academy, and Bocce Tournament, which provides impoverished families with food during the holidays, for the last four years.
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