celebs! hugging! greg!



Take the feed! Subscribe

Get GIH news via Twitter

Follow Greg: Twitter Facebook

Greg on Flickr:

Greg In Hollywood catches performance of the hilarious “Chico’s Angels: Chicas in Chains”

My plans changed at the last minute last night and I ended up at Cavern Club Theatre in Silver Lake for a performance of Chico’s Angels: Chicas in Chains.

This is a summer tradition and it is such a blast – big laughs, shameless over-acting and mugging, wigs, heavy make-up, high heels, wardrobe changes and a hunky dude who takes his shirt off at the drop of a hat.

This trio never fails to deliver – they really are so funny with impeccable timing and delicious chemistry. Their characters are Frieda Laye, Kaye Sedia and Chita Parol and they have been portrayed for the past 13 years on stage by Danny Casillas, Oscar Quintero and Ray Garcia, respectively.

This summer’s hunk is Josh Martin (future Morning Man for sure!) and the rest of the talented cast Alex Patino as Bossman, Stacey Danger (Cinnamon/Spice), Cher Ferrerya (Becky/Rhonda), Natalie Lander (Roxie/Warden) and Kurt Koehler who plays Detective Stanely and is the show’s director, co-writer and producer.

During the curtain call, Kay Sedia told the audience about the IndieGoGo campaign to make a Chico’s Angels: Chicas in Chains movie. Just over $4,000 has been raised in the past two weeks. The goal is to raise $300,000.

Chico’s Angels runs at Cavern Club Theatre through Sunday then resumes performances for two weeks on August 27. Ticket information HERE.



(All comments are reviewed before being published, and I review submissions several times per day.)

2 Remarks

  1. July 31st, 2015 at 4:38 pm
    K. Martinez says:

    Awesome that you got a pic with them. I’ve watched many of their skits on youtube and I love ‘em. Sounds like you had a great evening.

  2. jusy wanted to tell you last nights performance was awesome. Cinnamon was so professional, pretty and good acting skills.
    Would like to see more of her the future
    A big fan

Leave a Reply