Returning from a vacation, the following week is usually one thing or another.  It's either a breeze because you're refreshed and pretty "unbothered," or it's stressful because you're used to being relaxed.  (Remember it only takes 21 days for habits to break or new habits to be formed. So, after a week off, you're a third of the way into a new pattern.)

But what happens when you haven't taken a vacation?

Or you've had one but feel like you're in immediate need of another?

It's moments like these where we need a break from our normal lives; and the opportunity for such a break comes tonight at Tuscaloosa's Bama Theater.

From the Streets to the Stage 2 Comedy Show is the place to be!  It features some of the area's most popular comics like Mo Williams, T.K. Perry, and event organizer Darell "Relly Rell" Young.  Also taking the stage are comedians Chris Hester and Charity Glidewell.

Those in attendance will also be treated to a musical performance by Merk and Bama Zo.

Of all events which take place in Tuscaloosa, those most widely supported are the ones with a charitable cause. In an interview with WTUG, Relly Rell indicated he'd be making a charitable contribution to the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind, as he has a deaf brother.

Doors open at 6 p.m., and the show starts at 7 p.m. Get there early!