Crazy Woke Asians Virtual Comedy Festival

Crazy Woke Asians, the always sold out comedy show and only All Asian comedy show at the World Famous Comedy Store, will present a Virtual Comedy Festival on the meeting app Zoom, streaming on LIVE on Facebook, Youtube andInstagram. Participating comedy troupes are: Asians Never Die, Ricefeed, Unexpected Productions in Seattle, and Apt503 Lounge.

The Festival coincides with Asian Pacific Heritage Month and is a benefit for Guardians of the Angeles Charitable Foundation (supplies Personal Protective Equipment to first responders and hospitals all over the U.S.) and Feeding America.


Liquid Hot-Hilarious and Profound

Comic Stripper Delivers the Goods

The first Woody Shticks show I saw also took place on a dismal rainy day in January, when I was feeling more than depressed. (and had now idea what the show was about) I struggled to get to 18th and Union, but by the end of the evening, I had spent so much time laughing and feeling connected to the comic genius entertaining us, and indeed to the whole audience, that I exited in great spirits, as did everyone else.
I called my 21 year old daughter, who said “This doesn’t sound like a show you would like.” She was sooo wrong!!!


WHITE-Hilarious and Enlightening

Laughter and comedy are more powerful than diatribes!

Much to my joy and delight Seattle’s venerable Theatre 22 is back in action, enlightening us through humor and authenticity. WHITE, by James IJames, opened in repertory, Friday night at 12th Ave Arts, as an exposé of “the ugly reality…of being a non-white commodity, a marketing gimmick, where people, organizations, and corporations prove how woke they are, only to appeal to new generations for popularity and revenues.” said Tayo Talabi, Co-Director.

Due to the outstanding performance and talent of its star Shermona Mitchell, and the incredible dialogue by the author, it was also one of the most hilarious plays I have seen in a long time, although the topic is very serious indeed. Like Molière, it highlighted the absurdity of pretentious attitudes and people, and although highly topical, it spoke to universal themes.

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