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Performance Art Fans: Are you in need of a timeout from the stressors in your life? When was the last time you got out and had some ME-TIME with your friends? Looking for some great laughter, spoken word, and all-out-fun entertainment? Andres Chulisi Rodriguez Presents: Welcome To The Ghetto! @ Mott Haven has ALL of the laughs and fun that you need. And YOU should be there to enjoy the show, Saturday, October 22, 2016 at the Mott Haven Bar & Grill in the Bronx.

Here’s a snippet of his character Lil’ Oral Annie from his Lose Control TV Youtube channel. She’ll be returning to the stage in Welcome To The Ghetto – Oct 22nd.

 

ABOUT THE SHOW:

Written & Performed by: Andres “Chulisi” Rodriguez

Artist, Actor, Author, Poet, Writer, Producer, Director, Performance Coach, “Chulisi” brings his one-man monologue show — full of characters, spoken word and a lot of laughs.

In a brand new one-man show, Chulisi brings through comedy and spoken word, humor in this thing called life. A reminder that there is always funny through tragedy and hardships in people and life.

This will be the first time Chulisi will debut his special art pieces. Inspired and invigorated by a renewed sense of continuity, and awed by the mystery of how creation occurs; none of it was intentional – it all developed and evolved over time. “People always ask for an artist’s statement to explain a certain piece of work. If you’ve made a picture and that’s how you wanted it to be, hopefully it can speak for itself. And whatever it says to the viewer, it’s the right message because there isn’t a wrong or a right message. Each person takes something a little different from the same picture and I’m happy with that.”

**Tune in EVERY WEDNESDAY on Facebook Chulivision (search Andres Chulisi Rodriguez) for your chance to WIN 2 FREE Tickets to the show!**

PURCHASE TICKETS: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/welcome-to-the-ghetto-tickets-27766176381?utm_source=eb_email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=new_event_email&utm_term=viewmyevent_button

ABOUT THE PERFORMER:

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ANDRES “CHULISI” RODRIGUEZ is a native New Yorker. He was born and raised in Brooklyn. In his teens he joined local talent contests where he sang and danced. He choreographed for a few freestyle singers and went on to record his own dance music single on “Strictly Rhythm.” He attended Julia Richman High School, and enrolled in the Talented Unlimited program taking musical theater. It was there he learned about voice and acting. During his high school years he danced backup for many freestyle singers of the time. It wasn’t long after that, that he took to the stage. He has done “Off To See The Mayor,” “Life As A Drag,” and “Bangee,” just to name a few of the many shows he has performed in. The roles he played were various characters from a drag queen to a comic.

“Chulisi” toured his critically acclaimed one-man show called “Making Of A Wo-man.” He took a break for a year and started writing poetry. He decided to put his writing to the test by creating, producing and directing a group of actors. That is how the Lose Control comedy troupe was created. (All videos can be seen on YouTube under “losecontroltv”) They had a 5-year contract at the Broadway Comedy Club. In-between all of what he works on for himself, he also works with many actors on technique, improvisation-work and character-development.

Andres “Chulisi” Rodriguez’s poetry can be found in “Mariposas – A Collection of Latino Poets” by Floricanto Press. In 2012 he received an HOLA award for Best Male Solo Performance and nominated for an Audelco award for playing the role of two brothers in “Growing Up Gonzalez.” And since the start of Cycle 3, he has been a member of The Full Circle Ensemble and theatrical-director of all of The Full Circle Ensemble’s productions, “From The Page To The Stage,” “Misconceptions” and “Misconceptions, Too.” All of which were performed at the legendary National Black Theatre. And he also, recently directed the highly acclaimed, HOLA Award nominee play, In Defense of Glitter and Rainbows — the first in May of 2015 and the second this past June 2016. He will be directing In Defense of Glitter and Rainbows for its third return this October 2016 at The Royal Family Productions Theatre.

He is a self-published author of “Slips, Trips and Falls” – A Collection of Personal Essay and Poetry. He is in the works of a web series he wrote called Girl Talk.

 


MESSAGE FROM CHULISI:

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My one-man show is truth displayed on stage…even when funny doesn’t take away the sting. It’s a process to give you guys all I am and have. Life in monologues, spoken word and lots of laughs. “Laughter will heal ya!”

 

 

 

(photo credit: Leticia Torres of Visions in Photography)

 

 

Welcome To The Ghetto is going to be HAWT, HAWT, HAWT! Limited seats. DO NOT WAIT TO GET YOUR TICKETS!

See this funny, warm, loving, lively man in action! Chulisi brings real life sh*t to the stage – makes you recognize your triumphs, realize your blessings – and makes you laugh away your troubles. GET OUT AND HAVE SOME FUN AND LAUGHTER FOR A CHANGE!

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BE SURE to pick up Chulisi’s latest book “Slip, Trips and Falls” while you’re there or order online at Amazon. (click book name to order)

EnJOY the show!

 

 

Performance Artist, Andres “Chulisi” Rodriguez Presents: “Welcome To The Ghetto!” at The Mott Haven Bar & Grill

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SHOW DATE: Saturday, October 22, 2016
TIME: 7:00pm – 9:00pm
COST: $20 (online); $25 (at the door)
ONLINE TICKET PURCHASE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/welcome-to-the-ghetto-tickets-27766176381?utm_source=eb_email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=new_event_email&utm_term=viewmyevent_button
LOCATION:
Mott Haven Bar & Grill
1 Bruckner Blvd.
Bronk, NY 10454

For more information about Andres “Chulisi” Rodriguez, follow him on:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/andres.c.rodriguez.779?fref=ts
Twitter: @dray430


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