That's funny. You didn't sound black on the phone.

comedy · big guns big tobacco · Ages 16+ · one person show · United States

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Review by KAYPRI ACTSWRITE
June 24, 2013

My overall impression

I met fellow solo artist Jaquetta at the fringe opening party and was struck by her down to earth personality. Then I went to her show and was amazed by the depth of her story and honesty not to mention humor. More stories like this need to be told if nothing else to show how much diversity is within the human community (regardless of race) that is rarely shown in mainstream media which keeps showing the same stereotypes over and over again. This is a must-see show for all!! Besides the fact it is so hilarious and she is such a tremendous storyteller!! My director wants to me to add: “Very clever and insightful. A very refreshing perspective on the madness of stereotyping.”

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