Rick Najera's award-winning, live sketch comedy show LATINOLOGUES will perform at the world famous Conga Room at LA Live on Thursday, September 2, 2010 to kick off Hispanic Heritage month. In addition, the exclusive event will include red carpet photo opps and a special musical performance.
Latinologues is an acclaimed, live sketch comedy show of monologues with a celebrated 15-year history of national performances, from the barrio to Broadway and beyond. The show has featured more than 100 guests actor from the unknown to the well known and is the longest running and only showcase of its kind for Latinos in America. Latinologues ran on Broadway at the renowned Helen Hayes Theatre and was directed by comic legend, Cheech Marin.
Cast for the September 2nd performance includes writer and creator Rick Najera along with Jesse Garcia, Rafael Agustin, Gabriel Gonzalez, Douglas Spain, T. Lopez, Momo Rodriguez ,Veronica Diaz and Jacquelyn Guardado. The crowd will be treated to a special musical performance featuring the Gabriel Gonzalez band and a solo performance by the talented singer T. Lopez, who was recently voted as Best New Artist by American Latino TV.
The Conga Room has been the premiere venue for first rate entertainers including tropical legends Celia Cruz, Tito Puente and the Buena Vista Social Club. Hosting record launches, movie debuts, award shows and parties, including the Latin Grammy Award Presentation, The Conga Room's stage has been graced by Shakira, Juanes and Carlos Santana and comedian and Grammy winner Jamie Foxx among many others.
Produced by Brothers Entertainment Merchandising, Inc., Rick Najera's Latinologues will take place on Thursday, September 2, 2010 at 8:30 p.m. at The Conga Room (located at 800 West Olympic Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA). Tickets are $20 for general admission or $30 per couple and be purchased via The Conga Room box office Monday through Saturday from 10 AM ÔÇô 6PM or online at www.congaroom.com . To charge tickets by phone, call (866) 95-CONGA or (213) 745-0162. For more information on Latinologues, visit www.latinologues.net.