It's great to hear that NEXT for AUTISM is bringing back its benefit show, "Night of Too Many Stars," in 2023 at the Beacon Theatre in NYC. The show will feature a star-studded lineup, including Stephen Colbert, Adam Sandler, Jon Stewart, Rachel Bloom, Ron Funches, James Austin Johnson, Chris Rock, Amy Schumer, the cast of How to Dance in Ohio, and many others. The tickets for the event go on sale on Friday, 10/27 at 11 AM EDT, with a Past Purchasers Presale already happening.
"Night of Too Many Stars" is a popular event that was last held in 2017 at Madison Square Garden. It's known for featuring comedy and entertainment while raising funds for autism-related causes.
As for Stephen Colbert, he recently returned to hosting "The Late Show" after a bout of COVID-19 and poked fun at Jim Jordan's failed bid to become Speaker of the House of Representatives. He humorously remarked on feeling good and expressed relief that Jim Jordan would not be the Speaker, calling it a "historic humiliation for a man who will not be in the history books." It's interesting to see how political events and humor intersect in late-night shows like Colbert's.