Labor Day Comedy Show

North Country Comedy Series
Labor Day Weekend
Sunday, September 1  •  7:30 PM
Jean’s Playhouse  •  Need Directions?
$32 / Ticket
General Seating
Rated PG-13

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Featuring a stellar lineup of New England based stand-up maestros and comedic virtuosos, the North Country Comedy Series offers the perfect holiday weekend activities throughout the year. Host Greg Boggis brings to the Playhouse a different featured act and headliner for each and every hilarious encounter. Be sure to join us for this year’s Labor Day Weekend Comedy Show, sure to leave you gasping for breath and begging for more!

Host: Greg Boggis

Jean’s Playhouse comic and comedy event producer, Greg Boggis was recently awarded honorable mention in the comedian category by Hippo Magazine and his monthly comedy showcase at Fody’s Tavern in Nashua was named one of the top 5 comedy venues in NH by the website Best in NH. NH favorite from The Strange Name Movie!

 

Headliner: Robbie Printz

A fixture on the Boston comedy circuit, Robbie got his start in 1988 and has been performing ever since. He made the rounds on the Cable Comedy shows, including MTV, A&E and Comedy Central. He won the Boston Comedy Festival and was named the Best Comedian in Boston, by the Improper Bostonian.

Laughter is the best medicine, so go see Robbie Printz and laugh about life, or laugh at him about his life. Either way you’ll feel better.

 

Feature: Emily Ruskowski

Emily Ruskowski is a Boston-based stand up comedian. She has performed across the country and participated in several comedy festivals. In 2015, she was named of one the Comedy Studio’s Comics in Residence and opened for Maria Bamford a the Wilbur.

The Boston Globe said: She has the charm and affability of Brian Regan and a casual sense of storytelling like Janeane Garofalo. Emily is a staple on the Boston Stand Up scene. She has been featured in the Boston Globe and the Washington Post. Emily has performed on Laughs TV on the Fox Network and the popular “Two Dope Queens” podcast.