Making its New York City Debut August 17-29!
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Black president or not, racism continues to make a comeback in America. Whether it’s Rush Limbaugh’s daily treason OR town hall meetings that look like casual Friday Ku Klux Klan rallies OR Henry Louis Gates getting arrested for having a sticky door OR people who don't understand that a 1961 Hawaiian birth certificate = American citizenship OR Sonia Sotomayor being accused of racism by a racist OR the continued broadcast of BET --- racism hasn’t run this rampant since Martin Luther King, Jr. had that dream. Well, comedian W. Kamau Bell is here to make (non)sense of it all, with a seamless mix of stand-up comedy, multimedia, and personal stories. According to Comedy Central, Kamau told the very first joke about Barack Obama way back in 2005. Established in 2007, the Curve is constantly updated in order to be as fresh as the news is skewers.
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Developed with Martha Rynberg
Directed by Paul Stein
"The W. Kamau Bell Curve" is proud to make its NYC debut as a part of the The New York International Fringe Festival.
VENUE #9: The Players Loft
115 MacDougal Street, 3rd Floor
NY, NY 10012
Subway: A B C D E F V to West 4th Street
Mon Aug 17 @ 2:15p Fri Aug 21 @ 8:30p Sat Aug 22 @ 6:45p Sun Aug 23 @ 10:30p Mon Aug 24 @ 7:15p Sat Aug 29 @ 5p
“Smart, stylish, and very much in the mold of politically outspoken comedians like Dave Chappelle and Margaret Cho… Bell manages to make jokes out of the whole situation, while remaining completely furious.”
— The San Francisco Weekly
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