Performers

Shaun Connolly0
Producer

Shaun Connolly is a comedian from Worcester, MA. He regularly performs in the New England area, and has been featured at the Boston Comedy Festival, the New Orleans Comedy Arts Festival and Laugh Your Asheville Off. He produces two shows in Worcester, MA: The Sort of Late Show at Ralph’s Rock Diner and Hot Dog! at George’s Coney Island. He is the co-producer of Worcester’s only comedy festival, WOOtenanny. Come say hi to Shaun at all of the events this week!

 

Bryan O’Donnell29694660_10210485001353718_1470374649899702427_n
Producer

 

 

 

 

 

 

Will Abeles39109209_1091128594377527_1053867614457036800_n
Comedian

Will Abeles is a Brooklyn-based comedian by way of Boston by way of Maryland. In December of 2017, his self-produced debut comedy album “Regrets of My Father” debuted at #1 on the iTunes Comedy Charts. Will performs regularly in clubs all across the country, including Caroline’s on Broadway, The Stand, New York Comedy Club, The Standing Room, The Laugh Factory in Chicago, The Comedy Studio in Boston, Flapper’s in Los Angeles and the world famous Ice House in Pasadena.

 

John Baglio
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Started his career at the ripe age of 19, he quickly rose through the ranks of Boston’s gritty scene and became a mainstay all over New England. John has had the pleasure of opening for comedians like Hannibal Burress, Kyle Kinane and Michelle Wold. He has also been feautred in several comedy festivals, such as the World Series of Comedy, Rogue Island Comedy Festival, Women in Comedy Festival, Laugh Your Asheville Off, Granite State Comedy Festival, and Cleveland Comedy FestivalBaglio has been a three-time semi-finalist in his hometown Boston Comedy Festival, and in 2017 he was the self-anointed champion of the inaugural WOOtenanny Comedy Festival. John is one of the co-founders of The Mendoza Line, which has been named Boston A-List’s “BEST NIGHT OF COMEDY”. He also founded the Boston Comedy Marathon in 2015, which features three shows, one night, and 26.2 comedians the Saturday before the Boston Marathon.

 

Katie Baker40746370_549053735523706_2650452312958435328_n
Comedian

Started stand-up in 2015. Eclectic & quirky, alternative & experimental. Also an artist. Often interactive, always inconsistent. Launched a basement show this summer called Blue Bakery: Comedy Show Beneath the Ground.

 

 

 

Sarah BlodgettSarah-Blodgett
Comedian

Sarah Blodgett is comedy’s Everyday Starlet. A comedian, glamour girl and a celebrity (even if the rest of the world doesn’t know it yet), Sarah brings her unique perspective, personal experiences, and observational humor to every stage she takes. She has been featured on the Today Show, Inside Edition, and Comcast On-Demand, and was the winner of Chicago’s Snubfest 2010, as well as The Comedy Studio’s Comic-In-Residence in October 2009. A writer as well, Sarah’s jokes have been published in Reader’s Digest. This Starlet even competed as the only stand-up comic in the 2006 Miss Massachusetts Pageant.  She runs a growing beauty, fashion, and lifestyle blog and YouTube channel, Everyday Starlet, where she inspires everyday women to bring glamour to their everyday lives.  Sarah performs stand-up comedy throughout the US, and is a regular on the comedy scene in New England, continuing to prove that pretty can be funny.

 

Benjamin Bosunga40962649_240072183358841_589793645050200064_n
Comedian

Originally from Denver, Ben hung up his track spikes after college and now you can catch him running the gamut of shows and mics all over the NE area.

 

 

 

 

Dan Boulgermedia_dan-boulger
Comedian

Winner of the 2006 Boston Comedy Festival, Dan has been seen on Comedy Central, Live at Gotham and Late Night with Craig Ferguson. His album “Not Ready for This” is availbale to buy and stream on AppleMusic and Spotify. Dan has toured the country opening for some of comedy’s biggest acts and has headlined the country’s best rooms.

 

Jack Burke39891694_943842945800252_8933480917108785152_n
Comedian

Boston-based comic, Jack Burke has rapidly emerged as a young, fresh voice of New England’s storied comedy circuit. He charms comics and audience members alike with his confessional style and irreverent takes on sobriety, intimacy, and family life. He is a staple of independently produced shows and clubs like the world renowned Comedy Studio in Harvard Square. He co-hosts the podcast Series Finale, on which comics watch the finale of a show they’ve never seen and use it to fuel conversations that become highly personal. Jack’s made terrible mistakes everywhere from Portland, ME to Jamaica that will make you laugh and feel grateful you’re not related to him.

 

Jesse Burlingame38870664_439908979826896_8601418097598922752_n
Comedian

Jesse Burlingame is a stand-up comedian and co-producer of Summit Lounge Comedy at the Summit Lounge in Worcester, MA. Catch him at your local party. Yes, he cranks it every day. Haters get mad ’cause he got him some Bathing Ape.

 

 

 

Zachary Brazao39811105_1838331032899198_561400140242354176_n
Comedian

Zachary Brazão began performing comedy in 2015 and has since performed all over Boston, at the Cape Fear Comedy Festival, Cleveland Comedy Festival, the Women in Comedy Festival, and once in Calgary. He was a finalist in the 2017 Boston Comedy Festival and performs regularly at The Comedy Studio, Laugh Boston, and Dick Doherty’s. Since being coming in 3rd place in the 2018 Massachusetts Funniest Person Contest, he considers himself the Malden of Comedy. He is the cohost of the Series Finale podcast where he and two other comedians watch the final episode of a show they never watched.

 

Jimmy Cash39860187_432070780648025_810814285599997952_n
Comedian

Jimmy Cash is a comedian from Worcester, Ma. He performs around New England sharing his viewpoints on sobriety, fatherhood, and his job as a public school janitor. He regularly performs at Nick’s comedy stop and other popular shows around Boston. Come say hi to Jimmy in his dumpster at work.

 

Nick Chambers38745561_552261157915_434258718754865152_n
Comedian

Born & raised in Worcester MA, Nick Chambers began performing stand-up comedy on a whim in 2009 and hasn’t been able to stop since. His laid back delivery and conversational tone has quickly led to becoming a regular performer all over the East Coast where he has opened for national headliners like Kyle Dunnigan and Bridget Everett. In 2017, Nick was selected to perform in the Bridgetown Comedy Festival. He also made is feature film debut in the comedy Good Kids. Nick recently was featured on an episode of the 2 Dope Queens podcast.

 

Chloe Cunhaunnamed
Comedian

Chloé Cunha is a comedian, poet, and occasional vampire/assassin/angsty lesbian such as in the retro indie horror film Blood of the Tribades (2016), or The Penumbra Podcast. She is a host at the Boston Poetry Slam, and performs stand-up all throughout the greater Boston area, featuring regularly at ImprovBoston as well as the comedy debate podcast Pick a Side Stupid!, for which she will soon appear in the Boston Comedy Festival for a special show. Additionally, she is excited this year to be in the Midwest Queer Comedy Festival. Catch her being silly on Twitter @ChloeCunha, and check out her and Dylan Uscher’s podcast Yes Homo!, centered around LGBT+ comedians (part of the Women in Comedy Festival Podcast Network)!

 

Paul Cyphers39017392_451101498632865_2398567685232263168_n
Comedian

Paul Cyphers is from Marlborough, MA. He performs all around New England and co-produces a monthly comedy show at The Summit Lounge in Worcester. Follow @dtfocomedy on Instagram for more details on that show and others.

 

Mairéad Dickinson36177305_10156614989142386_1422443286685024256_n
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Mike Dorval39714662_2154275628148904_159983786564517888_n
Comedian

Mike Dorval is a Boston-based comedian and self-described “left-leaning dad.” After a mere three months of performing, he won the New Hampshire Comedy Festival, defeating some of New England’s most established comics in the process. Armed with only his joke-writing abilities and quick wit, he quickly climbed the comedic ranks and became one of the youngest headliners in Boston history. He’s been praised by the Boston Globe as “One of Boston’s Best.”Mike is known for his accessible yet refined material detailing life as a father, dutiful husband, and slightly bewildered civilian just trying to do his best. He easily wins over audiences with his approachable demeanor and keen insights into relationships, family dynamics, and navigating a society gone mad. He also draws accolades from audience members and comics alike for his skillful crowd work. He has been featured in Comedy Central’s Laugh Riots, starred in numerous television commercials, and toured overseas for the USO. His album We Need To Talk documents his distinctive worldview and performance chops. He has served as Comic In Residence at The Comedy Studio and is a favorite of the Boston Comedy Festival. He’s written and performed several one man shows and recently revived his interactive comedy show Trials of Love for Gloucester Stage, which previously had runs at the Charles Playhouse and Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater. He honestly hopes you’re having a good day.

 

Deb Farrar-ParkmanDeb-239x300
Comedian

Toted by the Boston Globe as “one of the most consistently inventive performers” on the Boston comedy scene, Deb has been featured in numerous comedy festivals throughout the country, including Ladies of Laughter, Laugh Your Asheville Off, and the New York and Boston Comedy Festivals. She has been featured on NPR’s Commonwealth Journal, Lifetime’s Girls Night Out, and local television stations WCVB and WBZ. Deb is the founding producer of and a performer in ColorStruck: Women of Color in Comedy, as well as the co-executive producer of You’ve Crossed the Line: Diversity, Humor and Freedom of Speech, a humor and dialogue platform for college campuses and the larger community. She is also an Emmy Award-winning documentary producer.

 

John Flagg0
Comedian

John Flagg is a comedian from Worcester, Ma. He performs regularly around New England and derives his comedy from adventures in parenting and misadventures at work. He exudes big dad energy and was on a podcast once. He feels so dumb writing this.

 

Doug Guertin39248865_989067247931824_4301006007133274112_n
Comedian

Doug comes from a small town and a big family and has been doing comedy based mostly on those things for over 10 years. His dry humor and clever writing has made him a favorite in the Boston and Worcester area. He’s performed in the Boston Comedy Festival and in most of the clubs in the area.

 

Tooky KavanaghWICF+2017
Comedian

With razor sharp wit and a charm once described as “ineffable,” Tooky (rhymes with cookie) Kavanagh speaks her mind with honesty, charisma, and edge. After just a few years on the scene, Tooky has already performed in New York, Denver, CO, and all over New England. Her standup credits include Laugh Boston, Nick’s Comedy Stop, DECEMBER 2018 COMIC IN RESIDENCE at The Comedy Studio, The Rockwell Theater, The 2017 Women In Comedy Festival, Thunderfest 2017, The 2017 Boston Comedy Festival, Boston Comedy Chicks, The 2017 Boston Comedy Arts Festival, The Producer’s Club, and Comic Sit-In at The Riot Theater. She’s been on lineups with comedy notables Gary Gulman, Jessica Kirson, Alingon Mitra, and Eugene Mirman. She very recently performed on a Comedy Central showcase at the Rockwell Theater in Somerville, MA, and was selected to audition for the prestigious Montreal Just For Laughs festival. As an actor, she’s a regular cast member of the Redo Crew for Starstruck: Close Encounters of the Awkward Kind, starred as The Humbled Hobo in a 48 Hour Film Project film,  and is in the upcoming web series, Paid For By.  She can be seen regularly at venues such as The Comedy Studio, ImprovBoston, and Laugh Boston. Also, she’s the one who described her own charm as “ineffable,” but it’s still true!

 

Jeff Landry40685574_219743705560643_2307447591815610368_n
Comedian

Starting with his first set at an open mic in Boston where he spent most of his time trying to wrestle the microphone out of the stand, Jeff Landry has gone on to perform in bars, outdoor barbeques, comedy clubs, and college campuses across the New England area. His performing experiences range from performing onstage at The Hanover Theatre in Worcester, Mass to doing stand up at the bottom of a skateboard ramp.

 

Kindra Lansberg_MG_2283.1
Comedian

Performing regularly around New England, Kindra’s quick wit and keen observations have been making audiences laugh since 2015. Kindra often writes about her day-to-day experiences, making her storytelling perspective relatable to audiences everywhere. She was featured in the 2017 and 2018 Women in Comedy festival and is a co-producer of the Boston Comedy Chicks, a monthly show in Jamaica Plain.

 

Erika Lindquist40855334_1139018239584959_7959912513728937984_n
Comedian

Erika Lindquist is a comedian and writer from Boston, MA. She has studied at Second City and written for places like Robot Butt. Her performances have been described as “muppet-like”, kicky, and you can see her perform all over New England. She collects pins, mugs, and excuses to leave this party early.

 

Niki Luparelli13332988_10209605911534835_4836700819435331272_n
Comedian

Niki Luparelli channels the gods of chaos. Under her pinup exterior lies only madness and champagne. She has opened for lots of famous people she should probably have slept with to help her career. #regrets Ageless, fearless, and possessing a utility liver, you never know what she will pull out of her bra or your heart/wallet.

 

 

Kathy Lynch40441243_730850263929036_5865546319711436800_n
Comedian

Kathy Lynch is a stand up comic from western Massachusetts. She has performed in the Women In Comedy Festival, and at several colleges, bars, and clubs in New England, including ImprovBoston and the Comedy Studio. Her humor writing has been featured in Reductress, WICF Daily, and the Little Old Lady Comedy Blog. Kathy also peddles her act at non-traditional venues such as pizzerias, sorority parties, and art galleries. Her material touches on embarrassing topics such as food allergies, rashes, and being a fake goth in middle school.”

 

 

Wes Martens39257767_10157037681799252_2011234512138141696_n
Comedian

Wes Martens could best be described as a curmudgeon in training. This east coast transplanted entrepreneur didn’t start performing until he was fifty. “That’s when things started to get funny”. Wes’ favorite topics include his marriage of 40 years, getting older and the absurdities of modern life in general. After owning his own business for 30 years Wes decided to try his hand at acting. He has appeared in commercials, short films and various plays as well as his standup performances. All his combined endeavors have pretty much earned him squat. Does he expect to be a star one day? Says Wes, “I have fantasies: but not delusions.”

 

Will Martin39179872_448393978992257_6294413007673884672_n
Comedian

Will Martin is a Boston comedian who charms audiences across New England with the vibe of a childless fun dad. He’s performed at The Comedy Studio, The Gas, and Nick’s Comedy Stop. Will co-produces Pavement Comedy Night and created the Will Martin Comedy Fest. He performs improv as a member of the ImprovBoston National Touring Company and the ImprovBoston Family Show.

 

Andrew Mayer39956156_1918620748437853_5157132438224240640_n
Comedian

Over the last decade, Andrew has become a staple of Boston’s comedy scene. He was the winner of last year’s Boston Comedy Festival, and has been featured in national events like the Bridgetown Comedy Festival and Seattle International Comedy Competition. His debut album, Nonsense, was released in 2015.

 

 

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Comedian

Katie McCarthy is a Boston-based comedian who will make you delightedly shriek “What?!” She’s peddled her brand of silly-yet-cerebral humor all around the country, impressing audiences at Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival, and Women in Comedy Festival. Starting as a sketch writer and actor, Katie has since tackled stand up; her absurd ruminations on personal experiences, pop culture, and politics quickly made her a favorite of Boston’s legendary Comedy Studio, where she served as their Comic In Residence in January 2016. She’s appeared on Nerdist’s Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction podcast three times and can be seen on SeeSo’s Hidden America for like two minutes. She doesn’t get out of bed for less than $10,000 a day or the guarantee of seeing a dog.

Katlin McFee40833798_989138044623059_1376155552257671168_n
Comedian

Katlin McFee has accomplished a lot within a few short years, before leaving her home scene of Indianapolis. Her self-deprecating style combined with blunt honesty and sharp wit make her an absolute joy to watch, and have allowed her to amass a number of credits in a short amount of time. She’s opened for acts such as Geoff Tate, Dave Ross, and Mary Mack. She’s been a featured performer at festivals such as Motor City Comedy Festival, Burning Bridges, and Whiskey Bear. She now resides in Boston, but as a former member of Rocketship Comedy, still has her hand in producing a few Indianapolis shows. Go Yuck Yourself, a variety show with acts ranging from of stand ups and musicians, to characters and out right weirdo performance art. LGBTQLOL, a quarterly showcase featuring some of the midwest’s top LGBTQ comics. And most recently, It’s Your Funeral, where Katlin produces a comedic funeral for one of her friends.

Bill McMorrow40353157_2147690538821785_5102390090739482624_n
Comedian

Bill McMorrow is licensed to drive a car, van or light truck in and around the state of Massachusetts. He is not licensed to tell jokes.

 

 

 

 

 

Jess Millerjess
Comedian

Jess Miller is a new, unique, insightful, vibrant and hilarious voice in the comedy world. Using her own life as bedrock, Jess has built an act that shows the humor in every aspect of life. She is so hysterical, you may just pee your pants! (Consider yourself warned…).

 

 

 

Logan O’Brien
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Logan O’Brien is a Boston based comedian who has performed all over New England, and co-hosts a podcast with two other comedians called the South Shore Boyz Podcast. They also produce a monthly show at the House of Blues Foundation Room, which is frequents by national headliners, as well as some of the best comedians in Boston. When he’s not trying to make people laugh, you can catch him playing in the band Bad at Sex all over Boston and the South Shore.

 

Nick Ortolani40222294_2060110124033177_3017248185098698752_n
Comedian

Nick Ortolani is the first guy to introduce himself at a party, and also the first to leave. His comedy combines a commanding stage presence with a literary sensibility to create something unique. Employing a borderline-moral outrage at the daily atrocities of modern life, big and small, Nick leaves no stone unturned. A tightly wound ball of neurosis and charisma, Nick’s stage presence betrays a very-real guy with a razor sharp wit and a heart of gold. He doesn’t need you to like him, he needs you to know why you shouldn’t. His physical and verbal acrobatics have appeared in the Boston Comedy Festival (2017, 2018); The Women In Comedy Festival (2015, 2017); The Black Friday Comedy Marathon (2015); and the Rogue Island Comedy Festival (2017). He appears regularly at clubs around Boston, and has opened for national headliners. A regular at the Comedy Studio in Cambridge MA, Nick was selected as Comic In Residence for the club’s 20th anniversary. In addition to appearing on stage, Nick’s writing has been featured in The Hard Times, Funny Or Die, and on the Nerdist podcast network. He currently resides in Boston and is not as much of a cat person as you might think.

 

Maylin Pavletic39748473_287511582062191_1982450912630669312_n
Comedian

Maylin Pavletic is a comic based out of Boston. Check out her off-kilter sense of humor can be seen at shows throughout New England and New York. You can also read her odd thoughts on Thunderbar Comedy’s satire section and on Allston Pudding. There is no evidence linking her to the murder of Molly Bish.

 

 

 

Jere Pilapil40121349_904410236434517_242346772377108480_n
Comedian

Jere Pilapil has been performing standup comedy for over half a decade. Drawing from life stories and a mischievous perspective, Jere connects with audiences through an absurd and hilarious madness that his suits and ties cannot contain. He has been playing all over the country and has been featured on NPR’s Stories on Stage, the Geekdown Podcast and the Thunderfest Comedy Festival.

 

Carolyn Plummer1
Comedian

Carolyn Plummer. God help us.  Some comics rely on the monumental events of the day or the faux pas of the rich and famous. Not Carolyn. Carolyn pulls material from the hum-drum, day-today monotony of the life of everyman. And she does it well. To Carolyn the monumental is easy…it’s our existence that’s so hard, yet so ridiculous.  Some women look in the mirror and complain because they aren’t pretty enough, not rich enough, not young enough. Carolyn gives her reflection the finger. The third child of a Congregational Minister and an “aloof” home maker mother; “aloof”? She’s clueless; her favorite band is Blootie and the Hoefish.” C.P. Carolyn learned early on that she could lament or she could make fun. See her once and you’ll quickly figure out which path she chose. And you’ll laugh. Possessing an uncanny ability to introspectively pull from places most of us hide, Carolyn puts a nail through the heart of whiners, self-loathers and the self-sorry of the world and makes the average seem hilarious and larger than life. Most of all, Carolyn’s twisted perception of our common existence leaves audiences hysterically shaking heads in agreement with her assessment that the world is indeed a very funny place.

 

Kate Procyshyn13510933_10154305511146967_1313194212544176599_n
Comedian

Kate Procyshyn is a comic (duh). She grew up in a city that is not New York and so it doesn’t count. Her stand-up delivers quick wit with brutal honesty, and is often self-deprecating. She has performed in many comedy festivals of which you are unfamiliar. She has opened for famous people but doesn’t want to brag. Kate is friendly, but mostly awkward.

 

 

Katie QueKatie_Que_HS-5
Comedian

Katie Qué has been performing comedy since 2015. Sarcastic yet vulnerable, she veils her feminist agenda behind up-speak and vocal fry. She was a featured performer in the 11th annual Laugh Your Asheville Off Comedy Festival, the 2018 Women in Comedy Festival, and is a co-producer for the Mendoza Line Comedy Show.

 

Ben Quick40756647_2077289862600016_443872414636441600_n
Comedian

Combining a wide array of talents from the rhetorical to the musical, Ben’s energetic presence is as undeniable as it is uncompromising. Whether by song or by joke, his innocent and likable approach dares you to explore the depths of his analytically neurotic mind. Ben was recently featured in San Francisco’s Mutiny Radio Comedy Festival, has been a comic in residence at the Comedy Studio and has toured across the Northeast for Comedy Blast, reaching audiences young and old.

 

 

Josh Ramirez15585090_1349505161746586_5738875993280341558_o
Comedian

Ever seen a Puerto Rican that plays hockey and loves heavy metal? It’s safe to say that Josh Ramirez is no ordinary person. He began doing comedy right here in Worcester in 2008 and quickly established himself as one of the strongest writers in the area. It is this writing that has won him comedy contests and made him a favorite among audiences and comedians alike in the New England area.

 

Ken Reid
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tumblr_static_ken_final1Ken Reid is a Boston based stand up comedian. Ken has been a staple on the Boston comedy scene since 2003, having been nominated as “Best Comedian in Boston” twice by the defunct Boston Phoenix, been the regular Friday Night Host at the Comedy Studio for five years, and been the creator and host of the weird and legendary “Secret Menu” show. He’s also performed all over the country and is a regular at festivals like the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival, The Bridgetown Comedy Festival, The Riot LA Comedy Festival and the Women in Comedy Festival. He frequently shares the stage with national acts and he has appeared on podcasts like Doug Loves Movies, Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction and Risk! He also has a podcast of his own called TV Guidance Counselor, but that’s another story.

 

John Paul Rivera39183710_553024021767683_6556745001613656064_n
Comedian

John Paul Rivera has been endearing audiences with his brilliant jokes and his unkempt hair since 2009. He has been a ‘Resident Comic at The Comedy Studio and he has opened for national headliners like Fortune Feimster and Andy Kindler. His divinely constructed jokes tackle every conceivable aspect of the human condition in an incredibly insightful and hilarious way. He likes to make jokes about getting drunk too.

 

Sean Rosa39775406_1853107628068251_1157154108977709056_n
Comedian

In 2013 Sean Rosa started performing stand up comedy in Boston and he has definitely looked back ever since. Equal parts silly and personal, Rosa’s joke writing has been praised by his comedic peers and audiences alike as he has performed all over New England. Don’t let him know you think he’s a handsome boy.

 

Emily Ruskowskiunnamed
Comedian

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.

 

 

 

 

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Comedian

Angela Sawyer is a professional nice-lady, very artsy, who runs one weekly and four monthly comedy type shows, one of which is in her house. She also plays horrible music no one likes and works 3 or 7 jobs because death comes for us all so your Google calendar had better flow like Niagra, damnit.

 

Laura Severse39869174_224850644879030_1739603845283053568_n
Comedian

As a streetwise Boston native, devoted wife, working mother of two, storyteller and stand-up comic, Laura Severse brings her hard-working, and heartfelt approach to life to stages across the country. Laura finds the humor in everything from climbing the corporate ladder to the trials and tribulations of raising two young children in the heart of a changing city in the midst of a changing world. Audiences have no choice but to be swept up in the joy, pathos and sheet excitement of a city kid who’s seen it all and can’t wait for more. Laura’s attitude is equal parts bold, brash, kind, and gentle, but always gut-wrenchingly funny. She is a true Bostonian with a killer accent and her comedy reflects her true nature: honest and hilarious. Laura is a member of MassMouth and performs regularly on the WGBH program Stories from the Stage. She has participated in Thunderfest Comedy Festival, the Boston Comedy Festival Showcase, New York/Boston Comedy Chicks Showcase for CinderBlock Comedy Festival, and the Women in Comedy Festival. This year Laura was a featured performer in the Women in Comedy Festival, starred in a Tres Gatos film called Justice for Alma that was chosen for JFL, and is looking forward to her upcoming residency at The Comedy Studio in October. She has performed all over the country from San Diego to Washington, DC and has become a staple of New England comedy. Laura is also a producer for the Boston Comedy Chicks and has appeared in the following short films: Vinnie Pagano – Deleting Robert Pooley – Scalpers Reece Cotton’s – Valentine’s Day Nick Chambers – For the Lovers Robert Pooley – Justice for Alma.

 

Ryan Shea40143745_873782299676595_7659624107088019456_n
Comedian

Ryan Shea is a Boston based comic that has been a regular in the Boston clubs for the past 8 years.He performs all over the east coast, and in 2013 he was comic in residence at the reputable Comedy Studio in Cambridge MA. In 2016 he was asked to perform for the troops, and asked back in 2017. Ryan is honest, outspoken, and introspective. He brings high energy and points of view for everyone to enjoy.

 

 

 

Will Smalleyunnamed
Comedian

A purveyor of the silly-arts and dude-lover extraordinaire, comedian Will Smalley has readily established himself as a powerful LGBT voice in the comedy scene. Will is a former finalist in the Boston Comedy Festival and was featured in the Bridgetown Comedy Festival in Portland, OR. Will is a mainstay at the major comedy clubs and colleges across the Northeast. In addition to stand-up comedy, Will currently serves as the announcer for Old School Game Show at The Wilbur Theater.

 

J Smitty
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J Smitty is a Boston based comedian and writer. J’s humor and point of view stem from awkward situations, racial humor and misdirection. Along with his use of many impressions Smitty will find a way to have you laugh or groaning (either will do). J can be seen on Season 2 of Kevin Hart’s “Hart of the City” on Comedy Central. He has performed on the Boston Comedy Festival, Cinder Block Comedy Festival and was a finalist on the 2017 March Comedy Madness. He is the host of the “Friends with Words” podcast.

 

Ryan Staples42128106_532318980541044_7371255119456763904_n
Comedian

Ryan Staples is a writer and comedian from Worcester, MA. He has done no national comedy festivals, no late-night talk shows, and no Comedy Central spots – but he makes up for his lack of industry experience with paralyzing shyness and a superiority complex. Once, he sat on the bottom of a pool for too long and forgot 1993. Ryan wrote and starred in the short films The Ostrich Effect in 2012 and The Details in 2016. He used to have the bone structure of a high-class hooker, but now he’s a fat dad. You can find out more about Ryan in his obituary whenever Burger King decides to finally finish him off.

 

 

Sean Sullivanunnamed
Comedian

Sean Sullivan is one of the fastest rising stars in Boston according to the Boston Globe. With appearances on Comedy Central and sold out performances at some of the biggest clubs and theaters in New England, Sean’s quick wit and loose, improvisation style has made him a stand out in the Boston Comedy scene. Sean recently released his first comedy album, Song and Dance Man through Comedy Dynamics, which debuted at the top of the iTunes comedy charts.

 

 

Lindita Taka39136617_1796090837135957_6837145914377764864_n
Comedian

Lindita Taka is a comedian, performance dancer, song-writer/musician from Worcester, MA. She started doing comedy 1 year ago and is a proud lover of Worcester, a born and bred Woo-girl. She has been featured at The Cabot Theatre, The Comedy Connection RI, and WOOtennany productions. Catch upcoming performances at The Comedy Studio in Somerville, MA, The Worcester Pin-up Pageant and Wootennany Comedy Week! Lindita also likes pizza and maraschino cherries so win her heart with sweet bar fruit or delivery.

 

Eric Taylorunnamed
Comedian

Over last few years Eric Taylor has established himself as a comic in Boston with a bright future who draws from his life experiences to give every audience an honest, unique performance. He has performed all over New England including The Comedy Connection in Providence, The Comedy Studio, and Laugh Boston. He is regular at Nick’s Comedy Stop and The Hideout in Faneuil Hall. He is also the Founder of Addicted To Laughter, a non-profit organization that has helped raise over $30,000 for substance abuse disorder charities since its inception and regularly produces free stand-up comedy shows at recovery centers all across New England for staff and residents.

 

Erika WelchErika_Welch_2
Comedian

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trent Wells40920991_233484727343275_27567350668591104_n
Comedian

Trent Wells is a comedian from Boston, Mass. Performing all over the east coast with his blah blah…Fill it up for me bro I’m on drugs.

 

 

 

 

 

Dave Williams39397662_307607609990511_1951974288554721280_n
Comedian

Dave Williams is a comic from Shrewsbury, MA. His proudest achievement is watching three Ninja Turtles movies at the same time. He’s a regular at bars all over New England.