To kick-off the month we invite you to join us for an evening of comedy, storytelling, and advocacy with the engaging and internationally known Pamela Schuller. As a teen, Pamela was diagnosed with the worst-case of Tourette Syndrome in the country, and now she has joined her two passions as a disability and mental health advocate with her standup comedy to share her heart-wrenching, yet unapologetically hilarious observations on disability, mental illness, dating, family, and her past misadventures.
Tuesday, February 2
Appropriate for Teens and Adults: FREE
Please note: Those registered will receive a Zoom invite via email to view the event.
As a teen, Pamela had the worst-diagnosed case of Tourettes in the country, a touch of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and a whole lot of pent-up anger. She spent years depressed, suicidal, and wishing her differences away. Over time, she started looking at her life differently and turned her obstacles and challenges into the very fuel that propels her.
Now an internationally known disability and mental health advocate and professional stand-up comedian, Pamela’s stories of growing up in a body she had no control over are engaging, powerful, a little bit heart-wrenching, and unapologetically funny. More can be found about Pamela at pamelacomedy.com