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Lost in Translation 2 – Comedy Night at the CHSA Museum
April 26, 2014 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Ready for a night full of laughs and good company? You’re in luck! The Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA) invites you to its second “Lost in Translation” Comedy Show. This event will feature local Asian American comedic talent, fresh beats brought to you by Sound Innovations and a cash bar.
DATE: Saturday, April 26, 2014
TIME: Doors open at 8pm, program begins at 9:00pm
LOCATION: 965 Clay Street, San Francisco, CA 94108
COST: $30 includes admission and drink ticket
(Seating is limited; purchase tickets here)
About the performers:
Jimmy Ouyang is a Chinese American stand-up comedian and actor. He plays the character Tang-See on Season 9 of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. He will also recur on the new HBO Mike Judge series Silicon Valley, premiering April 2014. Most recently he appeared as part of the new STARZ standup special StaannDup!. Jimmy was born in Hong Kong to a traditional Chinese family from Shanghai. He now lives in Los Angeles.
Steve Lee may be the only disabled Chinese comedian working in America. His comedy is mainly centered around living with disability and racism, and his content is remarkably original. Rather than being encumbered by stereotypes, Steve is vitalized by them, and winks back at us through their transparencies. He blends storytelling and punchlines to convey his belief that we are all equal – equally ignorant, fallible, weird, and wanting to be free. For Steve, comedy is a way to get people to laugh about their own shortcomings, including himself. Audiences are left feeling like they’ve witnessed a rare talent at work.
San Francisco native Justin Lucas commenced his pursuit of stand-up comedy in March of 2011. In that same year, he opened for well-known comics, like Bobby Lee, Rex Navarrete and Alec Mapa. Additionally, Justin has successfully entered a number of competitions, advancing in each one. He became a finalist in both the 2011 Rooster T. Feather’s and the Battle of the Bay Comedy Competition; a semi-finalist for the 2012 Tommy Ts Comedy Competition and was fourth runner-up in the 2012 Bay Area Black Comedy Competition. His most recent achievement, however, was advancing to the semi-finals for this year’s 37th annual San Francisco International Comedy Competition.
Bradley Lum (Tai Mai Shu) is the Co-Producer of The CockyAsians Comedy Tour which has been selling out across the nation.
TAI MAI SHU, the Comical Asian Rap Star is a huge hit on Youtube with more than 1.2 Million hits. His comedy style consists of Impressions, Unique Sounds, Beat-Boxing, and selling his Hawaiian Ketchup.