Latino Laughter presents Catch The Wave!

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Latino Laughter is bringing the wave to you!

Joselito is the first Puerto Rican stand-up comedian puppet to hit the stage. With his kinetic observational style of showing the world how equal we truly are. As an Internet sensation, Joselito has created hilarious content like the “Puti Olympics,” dubbed-over telenovelas, and hundreds of catchphrases. He really is the puppet of the people. Alongside him is his papi, who shares his old-school Puerto Rican wisdom with the crowd. You will swear your own papi’s on stage when you watch. This time around, Joselito’s abuela will join the stage for the first time!

Tone Viera is a young Latino comedian born and raised in the streets of Brooklyn. This young comedian is one of those rising stars who is proving his place in New York comedy. Tone hosts the “I’m Funnier Than You” show at The Nuyorcian Poets Cafe, and has performed with Godfrey on Sirius XM radio and Gotham Comedy Club.

Jason Scoop is a rare find. A young talented comedian from Long Island, Jason has been doing comedy in the city with his unique impressions that are the closest to having the actual person there. He has appeared on With All Due Respect, The Anthony Cumia Show, USA Today’s Network, and USA Network’s First Impressions With Dana Carvey, where he won the grand prize of $10,000.

Julio Rivera was born in the Bronx and grew up in the Upper West Side and always wanted to do standup. He fell in love with the craft after watching John Leguizamo’s Freak. Julio gives observations and stories about his life from a working man’s perspective. He’s performed at the Comic Strip, Broadway Comedy Club, and all around the city.

Trinidad grew up in a Dominican family, though he’d say his parents are Dominican; he’s just from New Jersey. He started comedy when he took an improv class, meeting the comics he still works with today. He did his first ever set at The Stand, and hasn’t looked back since. He’s performed in every type of venue all across the city, always honing his craft. He podcasts twice a month on TJ Squared with Julio Diaz, Julio Rivera, and others.

Madame Bullet, your host, is from Lawton Oklahoma, but the little town couldn’t keep her for long. Madame Bullet is a LOUD and proud Puerto Rican, full of energy and dirty jokes to spare. She performs all over the city, is the host of Latino Laughter Radio, and has her own show, “Shots Fired.” Latino Laughter is honored to have her as our host, and let her loose on the world.


Our show is on Friday, May 26th at 11:00pm at the Broadway Comedy Club- 318 W. 53rd St., New York, NY 10019. Call for reservations at 212-757-2323. Tickets are $20 in advance, $30 at the door without reservation, and a 2 drink minimum per person.

Meet and greet after the show, with Joselito and the rest of the players.

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