Billed as the funniest fundraiser in town, "Banned in Boston" is the city’s own Saturday Night Live-style evening of music, skits and satire — starring politicians like Governor Charlie Baker and Attorney General Maura Healey, titans of industry like Red Sox President Sam Kennedy, Draft Kings CEO Jason Robins and Wayfair Co-Founder Steven Conine, and media types like Car Talk’s Ray Magliozzi, The Boston Globe’s Shirley Leung and WGBH’s Emily Rooney and Jared Bowen. You may also recognize the co-hosts, with Jim Braude and Margery Eagan returning to the stage for the third year, all to raise money for Urban Improv, a local nonprofit which uses theater and performance to empower youth and drive social change.

Jim Braude was joined by a few other participants in this year’s event, Aerosmith bassist Tom Hamilton, musician Sally Taylor and comedian Jimmy Tingle.