Marcus B. Entertainment, Inc. is proud to present Ity and Fancy Cat for the second time in Los Angeles. Come on out and see this dynamic duo on Saturday, July 13, 2013 at the LAX Crowne Plaza Hotel.
Who is Ity and Fancy Cat? Ity is Ian M. Ellis and Fancy Cat is Alton H. Hardware. Together, they are two talented, confident yet unassuming men who have known each other since their childhood days in Trench Town, long before they became a household name in Jamaica. As an established professional performing arts unit, they’ve been together longer than all of the other famous Jamaican comedy duos before them, and they have been consistent purveyors of side-splitting laughter throughout the Caribbean as well as the Diaspora in North American and Europe for two decades. They are outrageously hilarious and courageously irreverent, and under the guidance and mentorship of veteran writer, educator and comedian Owen Blakka Ellis they have grown into unquestionably the hottest comedy act currently operating out of the Caribbean. The duo is an absolutely ‘must have’ item on any stand-up comedy show of repute anywhere in Jamaica and the Caribbean and they have left floods of admiration and storms of laughter in their wake of performances in many major cities all over the world.
Hollywood carnival is Just Days away!!! Have You registered with one of the local bands to jump up with? If not visit http://www.laculturefestival.com to see each bands presentation. Advance Tickets for Pure and Represent now available! Visit http://www.urticketpro.com or click on flyers below to purchase tickets. You can also purchase tickets at the Caribbean Treehouse; Callalou Caribbean Restaurant; Regulaz Compound I and II!
Which Way is Out is an intriguing story about a Caucasian tourist who visits Jamaica, falls in love and marries a young Jamaican girl, Monica. After much trials and tribulations with immigration in Jamaica, he finally brings her to the U.S. to the dismay of his family members. An accident leaves her alone and destitute in this new "Babylon" where she meets a bobo dread who helps to get her back on her feet and claim her rightful inheritance. She heads back home to Jamaica, a new citizen of the world now able to help others less fortunate and watch those who were previously against her get their "cummuppins". This story is a delightful dramedy/love story which is a must see.