Comedian Anjelah Johnson will make El Paso laugh in 2023
El Paso, get ready to welcome one of the funniest girls in comedy when Anjelah Johnson-Reyes visits Sun City for just one night in January 2023.
In 2017, Anjelah Johnson-Reyes was scheduled to perform at the Abraham Chavez Theater on her Bon Qui Qui Gold Plated Dreams Tour, but was canceled due to unforeseen circumstances.
But now, after six years, the stand-up comedian will return to air her infectious comedy number with El Pasoans.
Anjelah Johnson-Reyes first started out as a professional cheerleader for the Oakland Raiders during Super Bowl XXXVII, and soon after became an internet sensation thanks to her viral video, “Nail Salon”, and was later featured on MADtv, where the character for his skit, “Bon Qui Qui” was born.
The comedian has also presented specials on Netflix, Hulu, Comedy Central and Epix and served as the spokesperson for the Texas-based restaurant chain, Taco Cabana, and made appearances on shows such as Superstore, Curb your Enthusiasm, Ugly Betty and The Shield and appeared in films such as Enough Said, Our Family Wedding and Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel.
And now Anjelah Johnson-Reyes will bring her Who Do You Think I Am? tour based on her memoirs, where she explores issues of identity, belonging and her two childhood dreams: to be an actress and to be a Chola.
Tickets will officially go on sale Friday, October 7, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. MST via Ticketmaster.com, the Plaza Theater box office or Charge by phone by calling 1-915-231-1100.
- Anjelah Johnson-Reyes “Who do I think I am for?” Round
- Abraham Chavez Theater
- Saturday – January 21, 2023
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