FUERZAfest invites you to EN SERIO: a seriously funny queer comedy show, hosted by Gabe González!
You probably know Gabe from his amazing work which has been featured on The Last OG, the HBO Latino documentary Habla y Vota, and starred in Audible's The Comedians! Now, he's making his way to our stage with his razor-sharp wit and unique brand of humor.
So, mark your calendars for Wednesday June 14th from 8-9 pm and get ready for a night of non-stop laughter as Gabe takes to the stage alongside other comedians. Pre-show gathering start at 7:00PM so make sure you get there early to enjoy the Art Exhibit and grab a beer or glass of wine on us. Don't forget to bring your friends because this is one comedy night you won't want to miss!
RSVP now and be prepared for an unforgettable Comedy Night.
Host and Comedian: Gabe González
Guest Comedians: Pixie Aventura, Verónica Garza, Joél Pérez, River Ramírez and Jilberto Soto
No charge event: Free Beer and Wine will be served one hour before the show in our pre-show gathering in the gallery space.
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Gabe is a Puerto Rican comedian, writer and actor living in Brooklyn, NY. He was born and raised in Central Florida.
Gabe can be seen in Season 4 of The Last OG, the HBO Latino documentary Habla y Vota, and starred in Audible's The Comedians. He was featured in Brooklyn Magazine’s '30 Under 30’ in 2017, Time Out New York’s ‘Comedians of Color You Should Know’ in 2018 and his pilot ‘Los Blancos’ was a winner at the Yes And Laughter Lab in 2019. His satirical sketch "Bootlickers" was an official selection at the LA Comedy Film Festival and Atlanta Comedy Festival in 2022.
He’s hosted and produced digital videos for places like MTV, Scruff and Remezcla, and performed stand-up across the country including places like NYC, Baltimore, Los Angeles, and Washington D.C.
Gabe also hosted the Queerty Podcast from Forever Dog, wrote for Seasons 7 & 8 of MTV's 'Decoded with Franchesca Ramsey' and hosted Scruff’s comedic queer trivia show 'Hosting,' where he wrote and co-produced weekly games focused on LGBTQ+ history and culture. His most recent projects include a monthly queer comedy show in NYC called 'The Lavender Scare' and working with Imagine Entertainment to pen the short film Alma, available on Amazon.