Join the Oakland Schools Education Foundation at the MotorCity Casino on Wednesday, April 24, 2024 for a night of fun and laughs leading into the NFL Draft! Starring Frank Caliendo and featuring Rick Mahorn & others, you’ll be sure to have a fantastic time!

Proceeds from this event will support our Scholarships for Success program by helping students at the Oakland Schools Technical Campuses (OSTC) attend college, trade school or participate in apprenticeships that prepare them for college and careers. These scholarships help ensure students take the next step in education, while fostering a well trained, talented workforce ready for employment by Oakland County companies.

These scholarships can be life-changing for Oakland County students!

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The Show

Frank Caliendo

Comedian, actor, and impressionist Frank Caliendo’s impeccable comedic timing and spot-on impressions have been the center of fan-favorite viral video clips, TV shows, radio appearances and live shows for more than 20 years. With an enormous collection of impressions at his command,  Frank creates extraordinary comedic situations for our culture’s most famous celebrities, sports figures and political leaders.

Touring non-stop year-round, Frank’s live shows fill theaters with a high energy blend of observations, impressions, characters and stories for fans of all ages. Frank had a three-year residency at The Monte Carlo Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, performed at the prestigious Radio-Television Correspondents Dinner in Washington D.C., was featured in two Super Bowl Pre-Game shows and an MTV football pregame show with Jimmy Kimmel. Frank was a regular on ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown, and makes appearances on SportsCenter and other ESPN shows. He recently starred in the ad campaign for Monday Night Football with Peyton & Eli and his Super Bowl Richard Sherman 30 for 30 mocumentary, and “#IfTrumpWere” parodies have all gone viral. Prior to working with ESPN, Frank spent 10 years on Fox NFL Sunday Pregame. Frank starred in his own TBS TV series, Frank TV, his own hour-long TBS special, Frank Caliendo: All Over The Place, and the half-hour special, Comedy Central Presents: Frank Caliendo. He was a cast member on the Fox TV series MADtv for five years, and he has been a guest over 20 times combined on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Tonight Show and The Late Show.

Rick Mahorn

Derrick Allen “Rick” Mahorn is an 18 season NBA veteran, NBA champion and popular radio analyst for the Detroit Pistons. One of the “Bad Boys” of the Pistons’ popular late-eighties team, Mahorn remains one of the most revered athletes in the city’s history. Dubbed by Pistons announcer George Blaha as the “Baddest Bad Boy of them all,” Mahorn gained a reputation for his physical but effective style of play. He served as a team leader of the Detroit Bad Boys teams of the late 1980s, winning an NBA Championship in 1989 along with Hall of Famers Isiah Thomas,
Joe Dumars and Dennis Rodman.

After leaving the Pistons, Mahorn began his first stint with the Philadelphia 76ers, where he teamed with the one and only Charles Barkley to form the top-rebounding duo nicknamed “Thump N’ Bump.” After two seasons, Mahorn moved to the Italian Serie A for the 1991–92 season. He later returned to his stellar NBA career, playing for the New Jersey Nets and again for the 76ers and Pistons. Later on, Rick teamed up with his Bad Boy partner Bill Laimbeer coaching the WNBA’s Detroit Shock to two world championships in 2006 and 2008.