Date(s) - Thu. May. 03, 2018
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
We’ll be passing the hat around for GRCB’s first comedy benefit.
Stine An is a Boston-based comic who delights audiences with her charming deadpan delivery and dark wit. Visit www.jokestine.com for show dates and more.
Christopher Carmelovich/Chris Braiotta rams his head up infinity’s dreamholes for your amusement, at great personal peril. Thank him with praise.
Terence Pennington Boston-born comic on the cutting edge of “awkward”. Has performed @ the Comedy studio, Laugh Boston and Broadway club in NY. He participated in Baltimore Comedy Festival and Thunderfest. Opened for Ms. Pat, Myq Kaplan, Judah Friedlander (30 Rock). Also on the sketch “Scalpers” out now on Facebook.
Srilatha Rajamani, tech nerd, born and raised in India is a Cambridge, MA based stand up comedian and story teller and has been performing for three and a half years. Srilatha shines a spotlight on cultural absurdities from the unique perspective of an Indian born woman living in today’s America. She performs all over New England, featuring and opening for several national headliners like W Kamau Bell, Myk Kaplan, Ahmed Bharoocha, and she recently had the honor of opening for Judah Friendlander in Boston. In Nov 2017, she was Comic In Residence at Boston area’s nationally renowned comedy club The Comedy Studio where opened every show for the month. She is also the co-producer and co-host of Laughing Liberally Boston, Boston’s first and only progressive political comedy show. When she is not doing comedy, she likes anime and Korean pop and writes mildly erotic fan fiction about them. Her family in India is not aware of these shenanigans.
Emily Ruskowski 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.
Angela Sawyer is a boring old artsy white lady who runs one weekly and four monthly comedy shows, one of which is in her house. She also plays horrible music no one likes and works 3 or 4 jobs because death comes for us all so your GOOGLE CALENDAR HAD BETTER FLOW LIKE NIAGARA DAMNIT.
Somerville Speakout/ Patrick Neil Bryant is a union lawyer by day and curmudgeon by night. He reads reader complaints from the Somerville Journal’s defunct Speakout column. He also hosts a Wmbr Radio show Sunday nights at 8p that consists of playing versions of the same song for two hours. It pleases nobody. In his free time, he eats donuts.