UCLA Labor Center

Laugh Out Loud! #YoungWorker Final Performance

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Laugh Out Loud class participants rehearsing a skit in preparation for the upcoming performance.

Wage theft game shows! Fast talking CEOs! True tales of working while undocumented! Come see a lively, personal and compelling community theater performance created over eight weeks under the direction of Kristina Wong, a nationally presented writer, performance artist and commentator. The final performance of Laugh Out Loud! will take place on Thursday, May 25 from 6- 8:30 pm.

Final Performance Location:

UCLA Labor Center (Downtown Location)

675 South Park View Street, Los Angeles, CA 90057

Time:

6:00-8:30pm

Where can I RSVP/ Facebook Page?

RSVP for the final performance here

About the Performance:

Kristina Wong and the performers met over eight weeks to develop a poignant, humorous theatrical performance. The participants used improv games, Theater of the Oppressed exercises and comedy writing exercises to craft an original performance. The performance was inspired by the findings of the UCLA Labor Center’s I am a #YoungWorker Research Project.

This project was made possible with an Artist-in-Residence grant from the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.

About the Facilitator:

Kristina Wong is a nationally presented writer, performance artist and commentator. She’s been a commentator for Comedy Central, American Public Media’s Marketplace, KCET, and PBS. This is her sixth City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs Artist-in-Residence. www.kristinawong.com

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