Jamie Kennedy is a veteran of comedy, known for a razor sharp wit that is best showcased in front of a live audience. If you’re not familiar with his stand-up, you probably know him from his appearances in numerous movies, like the Scream franchise, or his hilarious prank show, The Jamie Kennedy Experiment. He's depicted above looking tough in front of a fence and with some gloves on, and I think he might have been the killer in Scream, so you might want to be careful when your in close proximity to his aforementioned razor wit. Here's a clip of his standup.
Even if you have a vendetta against all Kennedys, you can opt to use today's Groupon instead to see Mitch Fatel, a New York comedian who has been doing stand up since he was fifteen. He has appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman, and was a correspondent for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. His unique brand of comedy earned him the "Best Stand-Up Comedian" award at the Aspen Comedy Festival in 2006, and he continues to put on great shows every time he takes the stage. He's also won the "Best Sit-Down Comedian Award" and the best "Lying On A Futon Comedian Award." You can't afford to miss a guy whose stand-up CD is called Miniskirts and Muffins. Because maybe he'll provide those things for free at his live show? Check out this clip.
The Wilbur Theater, located downtown at 246 Tremont St (with undeniably convenient validated parking), has been one of the city’s landmark venues since 1914. The theater is host to Boston’s famous Comedy Connection which has featured stand-ups legends like Chris Rock, Dane Cook, Rosie O'Donnell, Dennis Miller and Robin Williams. Now maybe you're thinking - those folks are all dead! Fortunately Comedy Connection's excellent team of scouts is always on the lookout for new performers and found these 2 stand out living comedians, so you should catch them before they go the way of Dennis Miller.
Live comedy at the Wilbur Theater would be perfect for your next date night, singles excursion or semi-forced work gathering. This could be your chance to witness comic greatness. You could even be so lucky as to be heckled by today’s best comedic talent for whatever mainstream and respectable occupation you hold. Who knows: maybe you'll be the next silhouetted audience member in a great YouTube stand-up clip?
And don’t be fooled by other people claiming to offer these shows for half off; after hidden fees, you'll end up paying over $20 a ticket. Groupon's $15 ticket price includes no hidden fees - it's a deal you won't find anywhere else!
246 Tremont St
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