Teatro Vivo presents The Mexcentrics in PULGA Time Machine
What would the world be like if Selena had lived? Imagínate
That's the question in "Pulga Time Machine,"a new sketch comedy show from Austin's Mexcentrics troupe. Both a clever remix and a comically creative expansion of last year's sold out "Pulga Nation" show, this new production brings together award-winning alumni from Teatro Vivo and the Latino Comedy Project for a night of Tex-Mex laughs.
Sketch writers for this production include Omar Gallaga, Raul Garza and Karinna Perez.
Performances are Feb. 13-March 1, Thursday - Saturday at 8pm at the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center 600 River Street 78701
Free parking available.
"Pulga Time Machine" introduces Rogelio, the world's biggest Tejano music fan, who must travel through time to save its biggest star. Featuring hilarious new characters including Los lowrider drones, a rebellious Virgen de Guadalupe, and Obamacare holdouts as well as favorite characters from last year's production of "Pulga Nation," "Pulga Time Machine" is a 7-layer dip through pulga ("flea market" for non-Spanish speakers) culture past, present and future.
Definitely NOT for the whole family. Adult humor and language.
Ages 16 and up.
Tickets are $20-reserved seats, $16 general admission /$13 for student/senior
Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center (View)
600 River Street
Austin, TX 78701
|Minimum Age: 16|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|