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Wear Verde - Save the Green!

Wear anything (visibly) green to the El Verde: Viva La Frita show for a discount admission...this weekend only!

By Lalo Padilla
Published on LatinoLA: August 21, 2009


Wear Verde - Save the Green!


El Verde: Viva La Frita has been selling like mad at Casa 0101 these last few weeks, and audiences and critics are raving about this production.

Like fleas on a dog and bees to a hive, people are jumping to this show and buzzing about it.

"It was great!"

"I couldn't stop laughing."

"I can't believe she (bleep)-en did that!"

"Awesome cast."

"OMG! No she didn't."

"Frita is crazy good."

El Verde's reach is going far and wide, and who knows where and when it will stop. El Verde must close at Casa 0101 on Sunday, August 30th, 2009 - to make way for another exciting show, Thy Kingdom Come, and to get ready for performances of El Verde: Origins (or El Verde vs. La Quinceanera) at the Miles Playhouse with Teada.

So, before EV leaves Casa 0101, do as Yareli Arizmendi (A Day Without a Mexican) says, "Let El Verde crash into your world and rock it!" Because, "Going green will take on a different meaning."

This weekend only (August 21, 22, 23), wearing green means you get $3 off the general admission price (pay $12 instead of $15) for El Verde: Viva La Frita. For more information visit www.casa0101.org. Reservations at elverdeshowreservations@gmail.com.

This production is made possible by donations from The Gas Company, Cholo Chaplin, Tiny Team (yeah!), LA Zoo Association, and viewers like YOU! See you at the show. Wear the Verde!!!

About Lalo Padilla:
Lalo (Eddie) Padilla is former Artistic Director for Casa 0101 and is rehearsing w/Matthew Modine, French Stewart, Peri Gilpin, Reggie Deleon, Marks Espinoza and Mark Fite in Matthew Modine Saves the Alpacas opens 9/16/09 www.SaveTheAlpacas.com
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