A one-man show about the extraordinary life of the late actor/comedian Freddie Prinze – the half-Hungarian, half-Puerto Rican pioneer that paved the way for future Latino entertainers. More…
The time is October 1976. The place is the Improv comedy club. Freddie Prinze is giving one of his last performances, just a few months before his death. Jose Sonera takes us on an journey that boldly addresses issues of race, culture and socio-political topics of that era that are still at the forefront of our conversations today.
See it if ... you're a Freddie Prinze fan. But be prepared for repeated annoying mannerisms and shallow writing.
Don't see it if ...you don't like solo shows, or not a Prinze fan
See it if if you're a Freddie Prinze fan & miss him. Jose Sonera's portrayal is mesmerizing. Wonderful acting & an intimate black box is ideal for him
Don't see it if you want to UNDERSTAND Prinze; his 1hr. 45min. show skims the surface; if you want to laugh at funny jokes vs corny stereotypical skits
See it if you're interested in a cursory overview of the life of Freddie Prinze & a rehash of some of his humor.
Don't see it if u recall real FP (this pales in comparison). Your attention wanders during 1-man shows. You'd like 2 know more re FP - little insight here.
See it if If you want to know more about his life.His ups and downs and the true love in his life.It had too many ethnic simplifications of Black folk
Don't see it if If you need a more opulent stage and more people in this play.This is a solo performance non-stop.Sometimes funny but many times kind of sad