San Diego International Fringe Festival Presents CAN'T AIN'T NOTHING BUT A FOUR-LETTER WORD, 7/3-13
"Can't Ain't Nothing but a Four-letter Word" by Malcolm Grissom, originally developed with Joya Cory, comes to the San Diego International Fringe Festival.
Where: 10th Avenue Theatre Center Cabaret, 930 10th Avenue (between Broadway and E street), San Diego, California 92101
When: Thursday July 3rd at 6:30 PM, Sunday July 6th at 12:30 PM, Thursday July 10th at 8:00 PM, Saturday July 12th at 5:00 PM, Sunday July 13th at 3:30 PM
Tickets & Passes: www.sdfringe.org
About "Can't Ain't Nothing but a Four-letter Word"
"You can't be black. You're too short, and you don't sound black. Darth Vader sounds black." What is success, and how do negative stereotypes influence success? Comedian Malcolm Grissom shares his humorous life journey which questions whether hope and drive can survive life's roadblocks. "Can't Ain't Nothing but a Four-letter Word" is a story which speaks to the power of the human spirit.
About Malcolm Grissom
Malcolm Grissom's modern comedy is smart and poignant. Growing up in Hawaii, Malcolm, being the stepson of a musical genius with a corny sense of humor and the biological son of a wannabe actress, dancer, teacher, politician, rocket scientist, faith healer and psychic, had no choice but to become a professional funnyman. You can learn more at: http://www.malcolmgrissom.com
About San Diego Fringe
San Diego International Fringe Festival is a project of Contact Arts, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded in 2003 along with Actors Alliance of San Diego with the purpose building a network of creativity & communication. Contact Arts & AASD aim to connect ideas with social action through progressive performance & community engaged projects.