Latins Anonymous: Plays


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by Latins Anonymous

ISBN: 978-1-55885-172-6
Publication Date: January 1, 1996
Bind: Trade Paperback
Pages: 104

This collection includes the troupe’s signature play, which satirizes rejecting one’s heritage and The La La Awards, in which Latinos suffer outlandish impersonations.




Nothing is sacred in the satire of Latins Anonymous. The hilarious Latino comedy theater company has toured the United States poking fun at all, from political figures to Latino entertainment personalities. Formed in 1988 and performing at such mainstream venues as the Los Angeles Theater Center as well as alternative space sin barrios across the Southwest, Latins Anonymous has developed its own distinctive, post-modern and very irreverent style of commenting on life and culture in the U.S.

Included in this first published collection are the troupe’s signature play, Latins Anonymous, which satirizes the rejection of one’s cultural heritage and The La La Awards, in which the media are lampooned through outlandish impersonations of favorite Latino stars.