End The Sentence: A Benefit For The Innocence Project Brings Star Studded Comedian Line Up to Nokia Theatre

Saturday Night Live alum and comedian John Mulaney will be hosting End The Sentence:  A Benefit For The Innocence Project at Club Nokia on Jan. 28, 2015. Proceeds will benefit The Innocence Project, which is a public policy organization whose goal is to exonerate wrongfully convicted individuals.

Mulaney is best known for his work on Saturday Night Live and as a standup comedian. Most recently, Mulaney created and stared in his own sitcom titled Mulaney, which is a semi-autobiographical series about his life as a standup comedian.  He has also appeared in various television shows over the years in addition to SNL and Mulaney, including the Kroll Show, Ugly Americans, and more.

The benefit will be presented by both Mulaney and his wife AnnaMarie Tendler Mulaney, and will include a comedy lineup of stars including Jenny Slate, Nick Kroll, Sarah Silverman, Conan O’Brien, and more.

In addition to providing proceeds to The Innocence Project, the benefit will help raise awareness about preventing wrongful convictions.

Pre-sale tickets for End the Sentence will go on sale Jan. 15, using password: INNOCENCE.  Tickets will be on sale to the public, Jan.16, here.