Memorial Day Comedy Show, 2015

Mike Donovan

Sunday,May 24 at 7:30 pm

Boston Stand-up Comedy returns to Jean’s Playhouse, this time with headliner Mike Donovan, as seen on The Best Damn Sports Show and The Last Comic Standing!

Originally from South Boston, Mike attended the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. He graduated from Career Academy School of Broadcasting in 1973 and was a top-40 DJ at WEKT-FM in Hammondsport NY in 1974-1975. Mike got his first stand-up comedy gig at Corning NY and became a full time stand-up comedian in 1978. Donovan is also a writer whose articles have been published in the Boston Globe, Boston Herald and Sports Collectors Digest. He has also worked as a reporter for Sports Illustrated, and was a radio talk show host on WTTK-FM Boston in 2008. Mike appears regularly at the Comedy Stops at the Sahara Las Vegas and the Tropicana Atlantic City.

Also with Mark Scalia! Since starting his stand up career in Boston, Mark has entertained tens of thousands of people at comedy clubs, colleges and universities, corporate and private events, and religious venues across the United States and Canada for over 20 years. He brings his audiences into the show by being funny, clever, personable and warm. He’s a crowd favorite wherever he goes! Here he is as an inebriated John Adams, who is decidedly NOT Thomas Jefferson’s biggest fan:

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