Celebrating Mujeres & Latinx Representation in Media!
Comedy by Latinas. For Everyone.
Latina. What comes to mind when you hear that word? Strong, resilient, fierce, brown, beauty, hot, fire, chica, taco, wait who the F said that?! We are more than what we see portrayed in the media and Latinaish TV was created to celebrate the whole spectrum of who we are. Latinx culture has influenced so much of the American mainstream and the truth is, we too have been influenced by our non-Latinx counterparts. Our Latinaish TV aims to celebrate all of you, whoever that may be, without judgement. If you wanna be a chola, be a chola! If you wanna be basic, cheers betch, we got you. So come join the party, take a break and have a laugh on us. We promise you don’t even have to be Latina to get it. Well, maybe sometimes.
PsychoSocial and Latinaish TV have joined forces! Together PsychoSocial and Latinaish TV will be working on bringing you comedy skits about mental health and the Latinx Community! Their goal is to support mental health awareness by normalizing going to therapy and at the same time making you laught! Their collaborative season one will be all about going to therapy for the first time and called “Therapy Thursdays.” Stay tuned!
About the Mujeres of Latinaish TV
Christina Igaraividez is a writer, performer, producer and of course, storyteller. Whether it’s an ensemble production or a digital short, she is constantly working on how to get people to laugh (and sometimes cry). She has trained in comedy across Chicago, New York and Los Angeles at places like Second City, iO, and UCB. Her YouTube channel has received notoriety from outlets such as HuffPo, Perez Hilton, LA Weekly and Upworthy. Christina has a strong passion for storytelling and has performed across various stages in L.A., has taught storytelling at corporate seminars, has won multiple StorySlam competitions at the Moth and is a Moth Mainstage performer. She is also ensemble member of Teatro Luna (the country’s first Pan-Latina theater company) and with Teatro Luna West (LA chapter) she currently produces and hosts a monthly storytelling show, that exclusively features women of color, called Talking While Female: Storytelling Sessions.
Diana Cabuto is an actress, content creator and teacher born and raised in Mexico by her mother and abuelita. She has been a theater, film and commercial actress for over 10 years. She appeared most recently on T.V. as a Guest Star in the Amazon limited series Things Eternal and finished shooting a Guest Star role in the upcoming Netflix series Gentefied by executive producer America Ferrara. Some of her work in film includes Nona, produced by Kate Bosworth. She has worked in over 20 commercials in both English and Spanish. Her debut as a film director for her short narrative What's Your L.A. won Best Audience Award for NFMLA. She has now partnered with actress and storyteller Christina Igaraividez in producing, writing and directing their very own Insta Channel @Latinaish.tv dedicated primarily but not limited to women and diverse talent.
Season 1 of “Many Medicines”
When PsychoSocial and Latinaish TV decided to collaborate, there was a lot of talk around how to portray the daily struggles people deal with. We all need different things when it comes to wellness and healing. “Many Medicines” is a series of comedic episodes that highlight just how diverse healing practices can be. In this way there are many medicines for healing and wellness. We hope you enjoy our first collaboration together! We will be releasing one episode every Friday for the next 5 weeks!
Episode 1: Advanced Yoga
Episode 2: Banda
Episode 3: White Noise
Episode 4: Panic Attack
Episode 5: Aromatherapy
Check out Latinaish TV’s social media accounts below for some of their current content!