Billings, MT, March 06, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Singer and comedian Jade Esteban Estrada will discuss HIV/AIDS awareness on the local KULR-8 television program “Today in Montana” at 6:00 a.m. Friday, March 7, 2008. The award-winning entertainer will also perform segments of his one-man musical “A Lullaby for Ryan: The History of HIV/AIDS in America” which will make its Montana premiere at 8:00 p.m. Friday, March 7, 2008 at the Venture Theatre in Billings.
The Billings production of “A Lullaby for Ryan” is produced by the Yellowstone AIDS Project. Proceeds benefit YAP, a not-for-profit organization that offers HIV testing, community outreach and presentation, emergency support, housing assistance and other services to persons in Montana living with HIV/AIDS.
Estrada’s first appearance on “Today in Montana” was in September 2000 when he was the master of ceremonies for the Miss Montana USA Pageant at the Billings Hotel and Conference Center.
The Canadian-based comedy web site The Comedy Green Room recently named Estrada the ‘Comic of the Week.’
Tom Sime of the Dallas Morning News calls Estrada, "…funny and irreverent.”
Estrada debuted his first solo show “It’s Too Late…It’s Already In Me…” at the Festival de Libre Enganche in 1997 and a decade later has been compared to Ruth Draper, Lily Tomlin and other luminaries in the field of solo theatre.
Estrada’s other solo shows include “Gay Christian, Gay Muslim, Gay Jew,” “Pico de Gallo,” and “Tortilla Heaven.” He recently opened his tenth solo theatre show “Chek it, Baby: A Fabulous Explanation of Anton Chekhov’s Fiercest Plays” at the 2008 Twin Cities Chekhov Festival.”
Estrada has been in several new films this year including “The Blue Note,” “Callous,” “Crosshairs,” and the highly anticipated “The Innocent Killers.” He also recently debuted his own a designer humor line of bilingual greeting cards, “Jade Esteban Estrada for Nos Vemos Greetings.”
For further information or to request high resolution artwork or an interview, please contact Greta Golding at email@example.com, call 646-342-8647 or visit www.getjaded.com.