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The Montalbán
1615 N. Vine Street Hollywood, CA 90028
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Just a few blocks from the Metro line.. No need to fight the traffic but a parking garage was next to it!
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There is a public parking lot right next to the theater.
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4.2 average rating
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attended May 08 2010

I was laughing half the time and the other half I was cringing. I felt like it was making fun of Latino stereotypes most of the time. I'm a big fan of comedy but not this show. I try and support Latino comedians every chance I get so I'm glad I...continued

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2 stars
attended May 08 2010

Some of the comedy was funny but a little too heavy on the Latino stereotypes. I feel that there are so many of us who have broken away from these sterotypes and there is no need to keep us tied to them. We should not try to embrace lables like...continued

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attended May 08 2010

Stellar! Excellent show - great performances.

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Quotes & Highlights

“Rick Najera’s work and writing are genius.” —Quentin Tarantino
“No writer more authentically captures the flavor, pathos and comedy of the Hispanic world than Rick Najera.” —David Salzman, co-creator _MADtv_* *


Latinologues is an award winning, nationally recognized collection of comedic and poignant monologues about the Latino experience in America that was created, written, directed and produced for stage by Rick Najera, one of America’s leading comedy writers. Having written for such ground breaking shows as MADtv and In Living Color, Najera wanted to create a showcase for Latino talent. The idea was first conceived when Najera discovered a hunger for Latino actors to have a showcase, one where they could be seen in comedy.

50% of the proceeds to benefit the Ricardo Montalban Foundation.