North Country Comedy Series Labor Day Weekend Show
North Country Comedy Series Labor Day Weekend Show Sunday, September 3 • 7:30 PM Jean’s Playhouse • Need Directions? $27 / Ticket General Seating Rated PG-13 Comedy Host Greg Boggis is
North Country Comedy Series
Labor Day Weekend Show
Sunday, September 3 • 7:30 PM
Jean’s Playhouse • Need Directions?
$27 / Ticket
Comedy Host Greg Boggis is back at the playhouse with another set of fantastic Boston Based comedians for your Labor Day Weekend pleasure!
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: Carolyn Plummer
Carolyn been doing comedy professionally for over 20 years. I have traveled extensively and to many parts of this country few have dared to venture. I have worked at clubs, colleges, dead animal lodges, theatres and corporations appearing with many of the top headliners in the business. I have participated in numerous festivals including the Burbank Comedy Festival; where I was named Best of the Fest, Boston Comedy Festival and The Women in Comedy Festival. I performed at Denis Leary’s Comics Come Home 26 at the TD Garden for the Cam Neely Foundation. I also won the Woody Herman Jazz award for my trumpet playing abilities but I’m not one to brag. I am a versatile comic who is at home telling jokes in front of nuns or biker dudes. Book me today.
Feature: Bob Niles
Bob has been a popular comedian in New England for more than 25 years, headlining shows at comedy clubs, Elks clubs, Lions clubs, country clubs, Rotary clubs, and just regular traffic rotaries. Niles has lived an unusual life, and when he examines this life for people to see, the results are pure dynamite! Bob was just 20 years old when his first child was born, and his second child came when he was 46!! What happened in between gets looked at and the results are hilarious. From the Woodstock-generation to the 21st century, Niles has been a confused observer and a baffled participant.