Sketch Comedy from 18 Mighty Mountain Warriors at 9th Annual Asian Comedy Night
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The last date listed for CATS 9th Annual Asian Comedy Night was Saturday November 21, 2009 / 10:00pm.
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A series of sketches/ skits acted out with no props or microphones. Great and relevant topics, really well written, sometimes a characters speech can be fast so it helps to come early and sit near the front. Alcohol served. Acoustics pretty good, actors/tress's great.
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Venue was cute and easy to find. Event reflected an organization that was grass rooted and committed to providing a fun and entertaining night. 18 Mighty Mountain Warriors presented a show that was funny, political and somewhat outrageous. At...continued
CATS, Contemporary Asian Theater Scene, announces the booking of the popular sketch comedy troupe 18 Mighty Mountain Warriors for its 9th Annual Asian Comedy Night.
Celebrating its 15th anniversary, 18 Mighty Mountain Warriors promises to bring old favorites and new sharp themes to its only appearance in northern California. “Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy the hilarious commentary recognized as hallmarks of this famous group,” stated a CATS spokesperson. “We are excited and proud to have scheduled 18 Mighty Mountain Warriors in this milestone anniversary year.”
Quite possibly the world’s most psychotic Asian American Theatrical Comedy group, the Warriors have been together since 1994 and in that time have created 12 all-new material feature shows, 3 original collaborations with Culture Clash, Campo Santo and Latina Theatre Lab, and performed in New York City, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Chicago, Houston, and Phoenix, among other cities. Inspired by groups such as Monty Python’s Flying Circus, Culture Clash, SNL, and Kids in the Hall, their irreverent style of skit comedy ranges from slapstick to political and takes no prisoners.