Boston Comedy Festival Presents Laugh 'Till It Hurts
For over a decade the Boston Comedy Festival has been the “Comic’s Comedy Festival,” showcasing the most innovative up and coming stand-up comedians in the country, the go-to for the industry looking for their next big comedy star. It is a great opportunity for audiences to get an inside look at the best comics of today in a city legendary for producing comedy genius.
Date: Fri., November 15th
Time: Show 8:30 PM; Doors 7:30 PM
Tickets: $20 | $25 at the Door
The Boston Comedy Festival has put together a showcase with one goal in mind we want you to laugh until it hurts! We have assembled these comedians to give your funny bone a workout! 90-Minute Show. 18+
Hosted by Will Smalley who has readily established himself as a powerful LGBT voice in the comedy scene. Will has performed in the Bridgetown and Laughing Skull comedy festivals and was a finalist in the Boston Comedy Festival. Featuring:
Joe Yannetty is a comedian and screenwriter from Boston. Joe has appeared on more than forty television shows including the Rosie O'Donnell Show.
Eddie Brill, a well-respected and very funny stand up in the USA and abroad, has taped more than 100 TV shows in six different countries. For seventeen years, Eddie worked on The Late Show with David Letterman. He served as the audience warm-up and for eleven of those years, he was the Stand Up Comedy Talent Coordinator.
Max Dolcelli has appeared just about everywhere and done just about everything a comedian can do.
Spike Tobin's quick wit manifests itself, and the comedy ride commences the minute he takes the stage. Spike's staccato delivery will take you on a rapid-fire romp through his life and current events. His tirades touch subjects that most comedians stay away from such as the klan, guns, and religion, but his potent observations are strikingly funny as well as truthfully absurd.
Amy Tee is one of the busiest comedians on the New England comedy circuit today! Charming and playful this "winning" combination provides a twisted dance between stereotypes and reality. Mentioned in Curve magazine as one of the "funniest lesbians in America", Amy Tee is a regular performer at the Boston Comedy Festival.
Corey Manning is featured in Jamie Foxx's Laffapalooza's New Faces in Comedy. He is known for his "slick, upbeat, funny, over-the-top comedy."
Harrison Stebbins' unique blend of high-energy physical comedy and clever insights, keeps audiences laughing long after he has left the stage.