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Cedric Yarbrough and Carlos Alazraqui at the Hat Factory 

Thursday, Nov. 12

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Having spent several years as Deputy S. Jones and Deputy James Garcia on Comedy Central's cult-status “Cops” parody, “Reno 911,” funnymen Cedric Yarbrough and Carlos Alazraqui have demonstrated a unique skill for improvised buffoonery and political incorrectness — as well as an affinity for police brutality on milk shake men. With the show's mockumentary silliness finishing a six-season run, the two friends have wisely decided to celebrate the end by starting their own creative collaboration, a unique stage show performance combining stand-up, improv, skits and audience participation. Scheduled to perform two reserve-seated shows, An Evening with Cedric Yarbrough and Carlos Alazraqui comes to the Hat Factory on Thursday, Nov. 12, at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. $20.
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