To wrap up Black History Month, four headliners (Vince Morris, BT, Billy D. Washington, and Louis Johnson) will chip at the walls of racial and social stereotypes one joke at a time during a production called S.E.L.L. Out,
beginning at 8 p.m. on Feb. 25
in Hoag Recital Hall in the Art/Music Building. They call themselves the BlackPack and can be found online at: Myspace.com/blackpack.
The title references that some point in their careers. . .each of them have been accused of not being true to their heritage .. their culture..and their profession. Too Black for one venue. Not Black enough for another. But, funny is funny. Sell out is here to celebrate individualism. Their motto: Be Yourself. Because everyone else is already taken. These comedians have been featured on: HBO, Comedy Central, CBS, NBC, A&E, Showtime, UPN, MTV, ESPN, VH1, FOX & B.E.T.
A two-minute promo of their work may be found at: http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=36021007
All events are limited seating and open to the public. This event is free for CSU-Pueblo students with student ID and $10 for community members, children under the age of 12 are admitted only when accompanied by an adult. For more information about this event or upcoming events, contact the Office of Student Activities at 549-2151 or visit http://www.colostate-pueblo.edu/studentactivities
for more information.