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 are interested in the short life of Freddie Prinze and want a thought provoking experience about his life.
Don't see it if you are offended by the thought of suicide, recreational drugs, and racism or not into the rise and fall of a young star.
See it if You enjoy good old fashioned acting. This is a no frills solo show that shines.Very entertaining and thoughtfully staged.
Don't see it if You don’t care for solo shows. You enjoy big broadway sets. Even still worth seeing
See it if You want an insightful look into the life of Freddie Prinze, this is a revealing look at why and how his greatness was destroyed.
Don't see it if You don't want an upfront and raw account how racism and the ills of "isms" & entitlement in these United States are still destroying lives
See it if Prinze was mind-blowing. Soneras commitment to character, timing and depth of emotion was insightful and enchanting. DONOT MISS THIS SHOW
Don't see it if You don't want to think...
See it if You would love to see what it's like to deal with the immense struggles of addiction. And also if you ever wanted to understand comedians
Don't see it if You have a problem with one man shows, or small intimate shows. If you are a person who loves seeing big Broadway musicals, don't see this