501 South Spring Street, 3rd Floor
Downtown Los Angeles, California 90013

Company of Angels Presents
Solo Latino

The Funny of (Latin) Dance
Written and performed by Comedian Bill Santiago
Directed by Ric Salinas of Culture Clash

Thurs., Fri., Sat., September 16 - 18, 2010

An interactive comedy monologue about Latin dance, dancers and dance mania - with live music.

This is an audience participation show! Come ready to share your dance moves, experiences and stories on stage with Bill Santiago!

BOX OFFICE: (213) 489-3703


Company of Angels at the Alexandria
501 S. Spring Street, 3rd floor
Los Angeles, CA 90013

"With his lean, rubbery frame, cartoony facial expressions and Groucho Marx eyebrows, Bill Santiago has no trouble impersonating the histrionic gyrations of Colombian superstar Shakira"
-East Bay Express

"Playfully explores the subject of biculturalism"
-New York Post

"He gets the audience roaring"
-New York Press

Will Bill Santiago ever learn to dance salsa �on two�? Can he succeed at tango or should he stick to the hokey pokey? Will he be arrested on domestic violence charges for engaging in the �quebradita�? Will he ever become an intermediate -- at anything?

Calling all salsaholics, tango freaks, bachata addicts, merengue maniacs, chachaficianados, and bailamosapiens of all kinds ...who like a good laugh! Comedian Bill Santiago (from Comedy Central and Showtime) riffs on his feet - about his feet and yours! - as he develops his next television special, The Funny of (Latin) Dance. Come hear and help shape his take on the syncopated reconquista of American dance floors by the cadera-centric body language of la raza, aka the vida loca people. Be ready to share your dance stories - about every kind of Latin dancing and to share your own dance moves to live music.

Bill Santiago's credits include: Comedy Central Presents, Showtime, Craig Ferguson, Conan O'brien, Comedy Central's Premium Blend, Chelsea Lately, Good Morning America Now, ABC News, NBC TV Visiones, BBC World and NPR�s Latino USA.


Added by Richard Azurdia on September 8, 2010

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