Labor Day Comedy Show, 2018

Labor Day Comedy Show
Sunday, September 2 @ 7:30 PM
$20 / Ticket

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Headliner: Paul Nardizzi

Paul Nardizzi began his comedy career in 1990, quickly becoming a Boston area favorite and a national headliner within four years. He has made numerous appearances on Conan O’Brien, Comedy Central, won the Boston Comedy Festival Competition and is one of the most requested acts on XM Satellite Radio. He is now one of the top stand up comedians in Boston and the New England Area, and is known nationally for his rapid-fire comedy style. He can be seen performing in clubs nationwide in addition to providing corporate entertainment and working at charity events and parties.

In addition to his work as a standup comedian, Paul is also the published author of the comedy book series Things That Might Annoy….. and of the comedy books 602 Reasons to Be Pissed Off and 602 Reasons to Be Ticked Off, which are available now in major bookstores. He has compiled two humor CDs entitled Sucking a Cow’s Udder During a Solar Eclipse and Live at the Music Hall. Paul’s show is also available on the DVD Paul Nardizzi — Live From the Comedy Connection. Paul can also be seen in The Strange Name Movie, now showing on Netflix.

Feature: Marty Caproni

Many of the best comics of our generation quietly toiled away for years and years in relative obscurity before becoming so undeniable onstage that people had no choice but to notice them. Not obsessed with self-promotion, TV, Twitter followers or anything other than becoming the best and most capable stand up comedian onstage that they could become. Forged like hot iron, in the fires of nightmare bar shows, late shows and elks lodges..and then polished and shined in comedy clubs…they became ready for bigger stages and brighter lights. The accolades and adoration came after….a seemingly necessary byproduct of the hard work and singular dedication to the craft of stand up comedy. During those early days, some lucky folks were able to witness their development and come along for the ride.

Seeing Marty Caproni live, may be your chance to be like them. Never heard of him? Good. He likes it that way. Never forget him? Very likely after you see him live. Is he one of our generations best comics? Not even close. Could he become one? You’d be smart not to bet against him. He’s won contests and festivals, he’s performed in arenas, theaters, comedy clubs, universities, banquet halls, bars, restaurants, bowling alleys, military bases, tents..even an airport lounge. It’s all part of his journey…one that’s seen him open for great comics like Russell Brand, Tracy Morgan, Dave Attell, Doug Stanhope, Jim Breuer, Nick DiPaolo, Jamie Kennedy, Adam Devine, Pauly Shore, Steve-O, Loni Love, Bert Kriescher, Lenny Clarke, Adam Ray, April Macie, Deon Cole, Michael Che, Mike Hanley and more… A capable closer in his own right, you may have already seen him headline places like Foxwoods Casino, Comix Comedy Club, Madison Theater, Funnybone and many many more. From corporate work, to clubs, colleges, theaters and arenas….don’t miss your chance to see this comedian live..someday you may be bragging about it to your friends.

Host: Greg Boggis

Greg Boggis is Jean’s Playhouse house comedian and comedy night producer. He is a New England favorite. Named Manchester’s Hippo Magazine’s honorable mention comedian in 2017.  Greg can also be seen in the new humorous documentary film, The Strange Name Movie.

 

 

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