January 21, 2017
Saturday, January 21, 7:30pm
Steve Sweeney will be joined by supporting comedians Sean Sullivan and Jessica Casciano.
Born in Charlestown, Steve Sweeney is a legendary Boston comedian known as a master of dialects and character voices. With his famous Boston accent and great insight into human nature, Steve is so thoroughly Bostonian that he merits his own stop on the MBTA Green Line.
Steve learned his craft at the Ding Ho Comedy Club alongside Lenny Clarke, Dennis Leary, and Jay Leno. His numerous TV and film appearances include David Letterman, Me, Myself & Irene (2000), and There’s Something About Mary (1999).
Steve lives just outside his hometown of Boston and when not working loves to spend quiet time with his dog and friends.
Sean Sullivan is a comedian, actor, and writer from Boston, MA. A semi-finalist in the 2008 and 2009 Boston Comedy Festival, Sean has emerged as one of the top young comics in the country. He’s showcased for the producers of Late Night with David Letterman and the Just For Laughs comedy festival and is a favorite at colleges all over New England because of his quick wit and loose, unpredictable style. Sean made his national television debut December 4th, 2009 on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham.
Jessica Casciano delivers BIG laughs and her energy, classic Boston accent, and strong presence are sure to please your crowd! Jessica was a semifinalist in the Boston Comedy Festival, Sam Adams Light Contest, and was chosen to be showcased by Marshall ‘s “Women In Comedy”. She also showcased as one of Mix 98.5’s Funniest People in New England and won WFNX’s Yuks 4 Buks Contest (which landed her a weekly position as Resident Funny Lady on WFNX radio) If you’re looking for an evening of fun you MUST see Jessica!
Tickets for this show are $28 for Adults, $25 for Seniors, and $33 for Premium seats. To purchase tickets click the link below, call us at 781-551-9000 or visit us during our box office hours Mon–Fri 10am–12pm and 3–5pm. All ticket sales are final. No refunds. No exchanges.