In these supercharged socio-political times the challenge is more and more becoming separating what’s true and what’s real. Lucille Hunter proudly proclaimed “It’s easy to see through sht, the hard part is pretending you haven’t.” Join Reginald D. Hunter for an hour of exploring this phenomena in this progressive work in a pre next-variant world.
Born in Georgia, Reginald D Hunter was initially drawn to the stage as an actor. At the age of 27, he came to the UK to study theatre at London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, but fell in love with stand-up after being dared to perform a live set for £100.
Hunter was first noticed in 1998 as a finalist in the annual So You Think You’re Funny competition and began honing his chops on the comedy circuit soon after. In 2002, he appeared at Edinburgh Fringe in the one-man show I Said What I Said and was nominated in the Perrier Comedy Awards as Best Newcomer. His next two shows – White Woman in 2003 and A Mystery Wrapped In A Nigga in 2004 – also received Perrier award nominations, and he’s taken part at the prestigious festival ever since.
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