Comedian Shane Torres Performs at Latino Comedy Night
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The last date listed for La Luna Nueva: Latino Comedy Night was Friday September 20, 2013 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Milagro Theatre
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Shane Torres is one of Portland’s favorite comics, performing locally and across the country for over five years. In the past six months Shane has competed in The Seattle International Comedy Competition, and performed at The Laughing Skull Comedy Festival in Atlanta. Shane also performed at “Comedy Central’s Comics to Watch” at Helium Comedy Club.
Anthony Lopez* is part of an up-and-coming generation of Portland comedians who perform regularly at Down to Funny, a standup comedy night at the EastBurn bar in Portland. He has performed at Bumbershoot, The Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Seattle’s Comedy Underground, UCB East and opened for the Whitest Kids you Know. Hailing from Portland, Anthony Lopez started performing stand up in 2009, blending absurd humor with heartfelt stories from his life. Anthony was picked as one of the Portland Mercury’s “Ones to Watch.”
David Mascorro*: By channeling his extroverted style and charisma through the microphone David Mascorro has found a natural rapport with people and audiences in general. Being inspired to perform when his uncle gave him a Richard Pryor cassette tape as a young child, he began performing stand-up in Chicago. Half a decade later he has come a long way working at clubs throughout the country, including Zanies, the IMPROV and the Laugh Factory as well as alternative rooms and venues such as Upright Citizens Brigade, Chicago Underground Comedy, Lakeshore Theater and working with many talented acts among them Steve Byrne, Carl LaBove and Tim Meadows. All while studying at Second City and Annoyance Theatre in Chicago. He now lives in Portland, OR where he performs regularly all over the city and produces a monthly storytelling show called The Awkward Phase.
About the Ticket Supplier: Miracle Theatre Group
The Miracle Theatre Group offers you an experience unlike anything else around. See one show, and you’ll have crossed the border to another culture; see a whole season, and you’ll have traveled the globe. Where else can you see live performances of a play by Federico García Lorca in Spanish with English supertitles? Or observe Portland’s longest-running (and bilingual) Day of the Dead celebration? From Afro-Cuban dance theatre to Argentine novelas, from Golden Age classics to world premieres of new work, you’ll find that performances at El Centro Milagro are always vivacious and visually stunning. We believe in experimentation informed by tradition; thinking creatively and acting collaboratively; being irreverent but never irrelevant. We entertain; we give you pause to think, feel and imagine; and, through the cultural lens of latinidad, we embrace the full spectrum of humanity.