A Fight Club for One will be part of Northwestern University Kaibigan’s Fil*Anthropy Show on Saturday February 26 at Norris University Center. Get your tickets at the door or at the Norris Box Office NOW. All proceeds benefit believeinternational.org.
Join Kaibigan for their annual Fil*Anthropy Show. For the third year in a row, they are proud to present their beneficiary… BELIEVE International, a non-profit org. dedicated to bettering the education of under-privileged children in the Philippines. Entrance fee: $5
This year, their guest performer will be Erick Esteban, a product of Chicago theater. Esteban has become an established writer/director/sketch-comedy artist best known for his creation and starring role in the web-series Minny Pacquaio: Manny Pacquiao’s Shortest Biggest Fan. Esteban will be performing his one-man show “A Fight Club For One” that asks the question: How much can you really know about yourself unless you’ve been in a fight? “Fight Club for One” takes the audience through a hilarious recount of every fight Erick Esteban’s gotten into growing up as the only Filipino kid on Westside of Chicago. From the incident he calls the break-dancing bitch slap to Erick’s adventures at Lions Tae Kwon Do to a lesson from Bruce Lee himself, “A Fight Club for One” is one man’s story of his struggle for acceptance and respect.
Other performers include Fil-Am Chicago community favorites Roxas Brothers, Boomshaka, Asterik, the Slam Society, Treblemakers, and Isang Hakbang from Northside Prep.