August 21, 2016, 6:30 pm at Apollos 2000, American Caribbean Entertainment Presents the Caribbean Comedy Explosion Featuring Majah Hype. Majah Hype has been deemed as the Caribbean King of Comedy. This will be Majah Hype’s first performance in the Mid-West United States.
Majah Hype is a Caribbean-American comedian and is one of the most multitalented and inspirational individuals in the industry. He has been entertaining audiences with his many impressions of Caribbean accents and has created signature characters such as Di Rass, Grandpa James, Sister Sandrine, Adam, and Jack Fleek to name a few. Majah Hype is an international brand with a fan base ranging from 12-80 yrs old. Majah Hype has performed to sold-out shows in New York, Atlanta, Boston, Washington DC, London and many other cities. He is the most followed and most recognized Caribbean-American in the world today.
Majah Hype introduced the world to now-well-known characters like Di Rass, a no-nonsense, Rasta from Jamaica; Grandpa James, a bearded and cranky elder from south Trinidad; and Sister Sandrine, a tell-it-like-it-is Jamaican woman who dishes out advice in the comfort of her nightgown. Characters like Grandpa James and Sister Sandrine, the comedian explains, represent the influence of elders in the community, as well as the kind of tough love that Caribbean grandparents often give. Majah’s characters also include Jean from Haiti, Peter from Grenada, and Colin from Guyana, among others. His dedication to not just entertaining but connecting the Caribbean through comedy is how he garnered more than half a million followers on social media, His videos have gathered millions of views on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube where he posts his hilarious improvisation sketches.
On August 21, 2016, Majah Hype will make his long awaited Chicago debut and this tens of thousands of fans in the Chicago area will get a first hand view of his comedic brilliance that has made him the most sought after Caribbean-American Comic in the World.
Free Parking 2 Parking lots both on Cermak Road One directly across from the theatre the other West of Cermak and Marshall, The Theatre is one block from the California Pink Line L