Monique Marvez with Special Guest Mario Ramil

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Monique Marvez from The Latin Divas of Comedy with Special Guest Mario Ramil
Host: Freddy Stebbins – 2016 Miami NewTimes Comedian of the Year
Date: Friday, December 30
Show Time: 8:30 PM / Doors Open at 7:30 PM
Tickets: $36 General Admission Online in Advance / $50 at the Door
Ticket Link: http://moniqueinmiami.eventbrite.com
Location: Flamingo Theater Bar in the Four Ambassadors Hotel – 905 Brickell Bay Drive, Miami, FL 33131
Additional Info: Ages 18+. Two item minimum purchase. $12 street valet parking. street parking, and garage parking (Mary Brickell Village) available at displayed rates. No refunds will be issued unless show is cancelled by producer or venue. First come first serve seating. Show is subject to change and cancellation.

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Monique Marvez returns to Miami with her unique use of on-point humor and her take-no-prisoners honesty. Her SHOWTIME specials include: The Latin Divas of Comedy, Snoop Dogg Presents the Bad Girls of Comedy, and her own one hour SHOWTIME special, Not Skinny Not Blonde. Her special brand of Aha! and HA! HA! has also lead to a productive collaboration with John Gray on the stage show of Mars/Venus LIVE! . When she is not touring or writing, she is hard at work preparing for “The Monique Marvez Show” on LA’s venerable KFI AM 640 radio which airs live every Saturday night from 8PM to 10PM PST. Monique’s one hour special, Not Skinny Not Blonde is based on her soon to be published book and her critically acclaimed one woman stage show.

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Special guest Mario Ramil takes the stage with his non-stop high-engery variety of comedy that leaves audiences wanting more. Clever and quick-witted, Mario provides hilarious stories of what it’s like growing up Cuban-American. He can be seen weekly as host of the hit web show Inside the Sewing Room.

This show benefits the Children’s Bereavement Center ® whose mission is to restore a sense of hope for the future to children and families who have lost a loved one.