ERIC SHUN - The Soul Korean
Featuring The New Comedian Antics of: The Soul Korean
Special Guest Star: Tuere (Crazy Girl) Richardson
Special Guest Star: Kev Brown
Your Host: Denny Live
Ms. Brown will be blessing our stage this New Years. Yes, in-between filming 4 movies this year. These new movies include:
2014 The Single Moms Club.
2015 Ted 2
2019 His, Hers & the Truth (completed) as Mrs. Smith
2019 Happy Thanksgiving (post-production) as Claudia
2020 Brother's Grim (filming) as Grace
2020 Lethal Procedures (post-production) Beverly Smith
- Doors open at 10:00PM for our 10:15 PM show.
- General Admission is first come, first serve.
- Premium Table Seating is in the front row directly in front of the stage.
- Tickets are more expensive at the door (if any remain).Seats only guaranteed until showtime.
- There are no refunds on any ticket purchases unless you purchased ticket insurance.
- 2-item minimum in showroom. This means each person must purchase 2 items off the menu. This can be an alcoholic, or non-alcoholic drink, or any of our food items.
LATE ARRIVALS ARE NOT GUARANTEED SEATS AND ARE NOT ENTITLED TO A REFUND
Free Parking available at rear of building.
Comedian Cocoa Brown (BET's Comic View, Tyler Perry's For Better or Worse, Tyler Perry’s “Single Mom’s Club,” and TV Series "9 1 1") are just a few things her talents can convey.
When actress and comedian Cocoa Brown takes the stage, the world stands still.
Brown is undeniably one of the most talented comics and performers of this generation.
The Newport News, Virginia native, born Farah Brown, assails her craft with such
passion and soul-searching veracity when she claims a stage the ensuing act is nothing
short of a force of nature. Cocoa Brown audaciously draws from painful reminiscences
and hard-knocked lessons, bravely weaving humorous tales that uplift, upend, and
upgrade everything you thought you knew about comedy. What drives the comic who
female fans nationwide have nicknamed the “The Truth”? The sheer will of a woman
who survived the worst life had to offer and is still standing.
The fiery performer, whose credits include Tyler Perry’s critically acclaimed comedy
series “For Better or Worse” on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN network and a national
commercial spot for Progressive Insurance Company, has assembled an extensive body
of work. A career that began as an advertising associate for Ringling Bros and Barnum &
Bailey Circus and a writer for various sketch comedy shows proved confining for the
dynamic performer. She honed her writing and creativity to pursue her dream of being a
stand-up comic. A decade later Brown had nearly mastered the art of comedy. She
harnessed its essence and purpose, performing on top-rated comedy shows including
BET’s “Comic View” and “One Mic Stand”, and “Showtime at the Apollo”.
Today, she exemplifies mind-blowing humor, daring drama and contemporary reality
wrapped in a boundlessly energetic package. Whether she is performing in honor of the
incomparable Richard Pryor or acting in films such as “Lakeview Terrace” with Samuel
L. Jackson, Brown exudes skill and discipline. Those characteristics, along with her
chilling story of struggle and redemption, inspired Tyler Perry to create “Single Moms
Club”, a feature film that casts the accomplished actress in the leading role. The movie is
scheduled to hit theaters in 2014. The comedy veteran and rising star, fueled by Perry’s
powerful vote of confidence, is ramping up her ambitions in a relentless mission to
become the performer many people doubted but even more admire. With a nomination
for a Screen Actors Guild award under her belt, Brown has her sights set on an Oscar, an
Emmy and a Pulitzer Prize. She is writing a revealing autobiography and producing her
highly anticipated one-woman show, “Confessions of a Suicidal Diva”.
The lovable, down-to-earth celebrity and proud new mom keeps t-v audiences tuning in
every week for an intoxicating dose of Cocoa infused humor. She also captivates
audiences worldwide at renowned comedy venues. Her creative writing and meticulously
produced sets coupled with the ever-changing hairstyles and gutsy sense of fashion
ignites rousing, protracted standing ovations. Yet, amid such explosive success, Brown
admits she desires very little. “I want audiences to connect with my story and in the
course of that journey find their own. That is my inspiration, my peace. I am in a good
place now. I am finally learning how to love myself and I am comfortable in my own
skin. Most importantly, I am not afraid to use my voice.
That is certainly a good thing. That beautiful, husky, unapologetic and very funny voice
will no doubt, change the world.