By Bernie Dotson
That approach took center stage on a recent Saturday at the downtown Gallup El Morro Theatre, as Tsosie, Natasha Kaye Johnson, Tatanka Means and Drew Lacapa headlined Gallup's first ever "Commodity Comedy Show," a nonstop two hour series of acting and comedy sketches.
"This is, basically, what I do, who I am," informed Tsosie. "A lot of what I do is based on things that I've gone through in my life."
About 250 people turned out for the show, the final leg of a 60-day tour that included stops in Albuquerque and Window Rock, Ariz., the capital of the Navajo Nation. The show is named after the superstar talent part and parcel of its production.