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Lezberados

8 pm, Mar 23, 2013 | $20
 

LAUGH OUT PROUD
Get ready to guffaw. All it takes are a couple of clicks on YouTube to find the stand-up comedy routines of Mimi Gonzalez and Sandra Valls. In one of Gonzalez’ videos, she rails on Kansas for being the most boring state in the country. In another, Valls explains her sexual preference for women: “What am I supposed to do, sitting around the table, being all like, ‘Mommy, Poppy, guess what? I don’t like giving hummers, I like to yodel in the canyon!’” But merely quoting these two ladies doesn’t do their comedy justice. Linda K, producer of the upcoming show, sums it up best: “This kind of humor appeals to everyone, not just gay people. It’s relevant, in-your-face, fierce and hysterically funny. In this day and age, we definitely need a good laugh, and this show is sure to provide that in abundance.” (Robert Sobel)



Where: The Lodge at Santa Fe
Phone: 992-5800
Address:
750 N St. Francis Drive
Santa Fe, NM
87501
Website: www.the-lodge-at-santa-fe.com

 

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