The confrontation between
Edwin Aurora and ‘Monkey’ Pavel for having taken the comedian Lucky to a presentation in the Alameda Chabuca Granda has generated divided opinions among the traveling comedians who work in that location in the Historic Center of Lima.
As recalled, Aurora was suspended for 90 days by the Association of Street Comedians of Peru, of which ‘Mono’ Pavel is president, because he brought a new comedian to the amphitheater, who is resisted by several acquaintances in said public space. . Aurora publicly denounced that they were preventing her from doing work and, therefore, from bringing bread to his house for her children for a long period of time.
This revelation led many netizens to wonder how much money a traveling comedian received for his work. For this reason, in this note we tell you the monetary value that comedians accumulate monthly.
How much does a traveling comedian from Alameda Chabuca Granda earn?
It should be noted that when working performing comedy in the streets, there are good and bad days to generate profits. In the same way, the influx of public is determined based on whether they are particular days, weekends or holidays and the Alameda Chabuca Granda has more than 20 comedians who appear in different shifts.
In 2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic began, Edwin Aurora revealed how much money he earned from his presentations in public space.
In a video compiled from his social networks, while the comedian boarded a taxi and was about to pay a toll on the route, he confessed the amount he managed to generate in one day with his show.
Pointing to a plastic bag, Edwin says: “
This is from the 800 (soles) a day that we earn in Chabuca,”, he said in reference to ‘Mono’ Pavel. I earn 24,000 a month, more than the president (of the Association of Street Comedians of Peru)
Another humorist commented, in another meeting, that he managed to make close to a vital minimum wage in one of the routines he performed. At that time, the minimum wage in Peru was 930 nuevos soles.
Edwin Aurora confronts ‘Mono’ Pavel for having suspended him
After being suspended for a period of 90 days from doing shows in the Alameda Chabuca Granda, Edwin Aurora decided to directly confront ‘Mono’ Pavel, president of the Association of Street Comedians of Peru for having reached this verdict.
“Who is going to suspend me? For the record, they are suspending me for three months, taking away my children’s bread, ”Aurora rebuked Pavel while she followed him around the public space.