Accent on Laughs

You know her as the comedian who does a spot-on impersonation of a Vietnamese nail salon worker. (The one who speaks to you kindly in English, but turns to her co-workers and begins speaking Vietnamese, while looking you up and down.) Or you know her as the MadTV comedian who introduced America to Bon Qui Qui, a rude cashier at the fast food joint King Burger, who is more invested in her boyfriend and long fingernails than the customers. She is Anjelah Johnson, the comedian, writer and actress, and she’s coming to Dallas to tell jokes, speak in accents and probably make you laugh a lot. Don’t miss her at 7 p.m at the Music Hall at Fair Park (909 1st Ave.). Tickets will cost you $49.04 at ticketmaster.com.
Sun., Jan. 18, 7 p.m., 2015
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Paige Skinner has written for the Dallas Observer since 2014.
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