Last Friday, the Comedy Festival of the Braulio Castillo Theater of Bayamón, in its second edition, paid tribute in an emotional event, to the actress and comedian Marian Pabon for his career and years of experience in comedy.
The Comedy Festival began this past weekend with the production of Marian, her “stand up comedy” show entitled “I’m menopausal and what!”, which was presented to a full house on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The opening night of the festival served to pay tribute to the comedian with more than 47 years of professional experience. After completing her presentation and receiving a standing ovation from the audience, she was surprised with a video of her career, a sculpture commissioned by the artist Edgardo Moisés and, to close with a flourish, the surprise arrival of her daughter Ivanna, who He traveled from New York to accompany his mother on such an important night. He also had the presence of his mother, Nelly Cátala.
The 2nd Comedy Festival will continue for another eight weeks, presenting performances on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Braulio Castillo Theater. The remaining pieces are: “Move With Me”, “It’s Not Sweat, It’s Tears”, “Impro Nights; Order in the Room”, “Pepa is in the Ashford”, “The Perfect Body”, “I am Mamita”, “Good morning World”, and “Oh Carmela!”.
The Comedy Festival returns under a general production by Ulises Rodríguez of Teatro Caribeño Inc. for 4Vientos companies. Tickets for all pieces are now available through PRticket.com, or by calling 787-200-7110.