The Translate Show
The Translate Show, an interactive live comedy show where hosts Fabrizio Copano and Francisco Ramos put three English speaking comedians to the test as they compete to understand, decipher, and most of all translate Latin American Culture.
From breaking down Brazilian street slang, to identifying Chilean dictators, to making sense of bizarre Colombian telenovela scenes, we’re about to find out who the Latinxpert really is, and get mucho laughs in the process with special guests Ian Bagg, Mary Lynn Rajskub, and Justin Martindale!
Hosted by Fabrizio Copano and Francisco Ramos
Produced by Christine Casagrande, Fabrizio Copano and Francisco Ramos
WHAT TO EXPECT
- Live 60-minute comedy show with Fabrizio Copano and Francisco Ramos with special guests Ian Bagg, Mary Lynn Rajskub and Justin Martindale
- Live studio audience selected from ticket buyers
- 30 minute Q&A from the audience chat
- Approximately 90-Minute Show
About Fabrizio Copano
Fabrizio Copano is a Chilean writer, comedian and performer. Born in Santiago, Chile, Copano has amassed a wealth of experience in comedy. He is best known for his production “Solo Pienso en Mi”, which made him the first South American comedian to shoot an original comedy special for the online streaming giant Netflix.
About Francisco Ramos
Francisco Ramos, comedian and actor, can be seen currently on Netflix’s hit show “Gentefied”. He directed, co-wrote and starred in his debut comedy short “Zoo Animals”, which was acquired by HBO MAX. He also shot a standup special “Entre Nos” for HBO. He has appeared in Showtime’s “Shameless,” “Angie Tribeca” from Steve Carell, Netflix’s “Lady Dynamite”, and voices the role of Marmoset in the animated film “RIO”, and part of Cartoon Network’s “Victor and Valentino”.
Live Studio Audience
This show will have a live studio audience so you will hear real laughter and reactions from a group of people selected from ticket buyers. Live laughter is what comedy is all about. It’s a special part of the RushTix experience.
All ticket holders can watch the show for 48 hours after the livestream broadcast.