Cold Tofu will present its Historically Inaccurate Thanksgiving Improv on Saturday, Nov. 21, at 7:30 p.m. at St. Francis Xavier Chapel/Maryknoll Japanese Catholic Center, 222 S. Hewitt St. (between Second and Third streets), Los Angeles.
With Thanksgiving fast approaching, Cold Tofu will revisit and reflect on our nation’s history using your suggestions of historical figures and events.
It’s “Drunk History” meets improvisers of average intelligence who are sober (because they’re in a Catholic church).
First up — Students who have completed Level 2 will showcase their skills. Featuring: Andrew Choi, Calimay Pham, Eiko Amano, Gary Calvin, Michelle Perdon, Mina Son, Rachel Nishimura, Priscilla Hsu.
The mainstage show will feature Corinne Chooey, Jully Lee, Michael Palma, Shannon Wong, Aaron Aoki and Jhemon Lee with guest musician Allen Simpson and ensemble members Howard Ho, Johnny Ye, and Tony Garbanzos.
Raffle drawing at the end of the show for gift bags with awesome Asian food/snacks, a! gift card to Starbucks, and Hello Kitty merchandise.
Running Time: 90 minutes with short intermission.
Reservations are not needed. General admission: $7, cash only. Buy tickets online at www.brownpapertickets.com and get a discount.
Parking is available on the property for $5 (with validation from Cold Tofu). Metered parking available on Hewitt Street and the surrounding neighborhood.