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Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Village - The Renberg Theatre
At Ed Gould Plaza 1125 N. McCadden Place Los Angeles, CA 90038
323-860-7300
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184 reviews
40 stars
Parking lot across from theatre with FREE parking
She's Got Balls
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Alan Trevor Red Velvet
298 events
184 reviews
40 stars
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Efren Matos Red Velvet
506 events
295 reviews
216 stars
attended Feb 08 2013

I was hoping to see the youg girl in the picture. It happend to be a fifty some year old lady with a short brown wig that looked terrible on her.

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Visit the website of Miss Coco Peru.
“One of the last great storytellers" —Lily Tomlin
“Coco is a heavenly hoot.” —Los Angeles Times

Description

This show contains strong language.

Hold onto your…hats! Miss Coco is coming back to the Renberg for the L.A. premiere of her all-new show!

 In her new show, Coco reflects on her early childhood dreams of being a stripper, her crush on the Creature from the Black Lagoon, her love/hate relationship with Facebook, why she left her beloved hometown of New York City, and her summers spent on a nude beach with her husband, Rafael (he’s from Spain). Inspired by her mother Helen’s advice to have the balls to say whatever the hell she feels like saying, Coco is on a quest to do just that and, in the process, make the world just a little more beautiful. With a hilarious and poignant blend of monologue, song and multi-media, _

She’s Got Balls_ is “the latest from the greatest” and will show audiences once again why Lily Tomlin calls Coco Peru "one the last great story tellers.

About the Ticket Supplier: The Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Lily Tomlin/Jane Wagner Cultural Arts Center

The purpose of the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center’s Cultural Arts Program is to serve the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community—and beyond—by presenting exciting, empowering, and inspirational bodies of work. Through theater, music, and art—endeavors that are vital to the human spirit—the community can come together, understand each other’s lives, and celebrate the complex vitality of the human experience. Net proceeds from all Cultural Arts Program events are used to support the entire range of Gay & Lesbian Center services.