Loretta LaRoche Returns to the Merrimack Valley for NECC Fundraiser
Tickets are still available to see comedienne Loretta LaRoche who will present an evening of humor titled “Authentic Happiness: It Takes Courage to be Happy” for Northern Essex Community College on Friday, Sept. 28, at 7:30 p.m. at the Collins Center for the Performing Arts in Andover.
Tickets are $35 each. Proceeds will go toward the NECC Fund.
In this presentation, LaRoche brings newly discovered, life-transforming answers to how we can change our lives mentally, physically, and spiritually through a series of groundbreaking information and exercises that show the connection between happiness and human behavior. “If you continually speak of your life as if you never feel good, things never turn out right, or nothing positive comes your way, you’ll more than likely end up being right,” she says.
LaRoche is an acclaimed speaker, author, and international stress management and humor consultant who has been evoking wit and irreverent humor on her audience for more than 30 years. Using humor to reframe a stressful situation, she captures a new perspective on the difficult parts of life.
In addition to serving on the Massachusetts General Hospital advisory council for anxiety and depression, she is founder and president of The Humor Potential, Inc, a company offering programs and products for life style management.
LaRoche also writes a weekly newspaper column titled, ‘Get a Life’, Sane Wisdom for an Insane World, which is featured in the Patriot Ledger every Monday and syndicated throughout the country by GateHouse Media.
For additional information or to reserve tickets contact Lori Smerdon in the Office of Institutional Advancement at email@example.com or call 978-556-3789.
Check out a recent performance by Loretta.