Joseph Anthony - Joseph belongs to no one particular group, class, click or innate stereotype. He’s simply referred to quite often as: VERSATILE – TALENTED – FUNNY – Smart!
Jay Grove - Unlike some comics who pretend they're from Boston, Jay Grove always boasts about his NH roots. He even calls himself "The Granite Gun" and has a knack for keeping hecklers at bay; anyone wondering who's being paid to talk should try to interrupt one of his shows. On second thought, don't!
Stephanie Peters -- The Cambridge comedienne, who has been called the modern-day Totie Fields, has opened for Caroline Rhea at Symphony Hall and comic pioneer Joan Rivers. She's performed at such venues as the Berklee Performance Center, the Orpheum, the Wang and the Providence Center for the Performing Arts. Her funny take on life also won her an on-air gig with "The Inside Track" on 96.9fm Talk Radio where her shoot-from-the-hip opinions and hysterical antics would light up the studio switchboard every day and would earn her the title of "The Comedy Diva."
Bill Boronkay -- Once one of the country’s fastest rising sportscasters, Bill Boronkay enjoyed stops in Bridgeport, West Virginia, Evansville, Indiana and Kansas City before landing in sunny Cleveland, where he was assigned various hazardous duties. Along the way, Bill won 5 Emmy’s, one of which is proudly displayed in his mother’s office behind a lamp. After a failed audition with ESPN (a mirror was involved), Boronkay reevaluated his career and took off in lukewarm pursuit of his true 14th dream...and standup. In January 2011, Boronkay cut back his media work to increase travel and share his less than remarkable life experiences.
Phil Hogan -- Phil has been in the entertainment business for over twenty years. He started out playing bass and singing in bands locally and then throughout the eastern United States during the late 70's and 80's. In 1990, after a couple of years of open mics, Phil took to the stage as a professional comedian, drawing on his years of experience in front of an audience. His show is a Southern flavored blend of original comedy songs, straight stand-up, and a few impressions and parodies. Whether you look for a clean show or something with a little more edge, Phil always makes you laugh.
Jayson Cross -- Jayson Cross is changing the face of comedy, literally. Already dubbed The Model Comic, Jayson continually works towards integrating his careers in comedy, acting, and modeling. Since arriving in New York by way of hometown Chicago, television appearances have included: MTV & VH1, Inside Edition, ABC news, As the World Turns and All my Children. Always striving to bring integrity his craft, one thing is certain, whether you see this versatile young talent on the tube, the stage or the big screen, you will be touched.
Derrick Tennant -- Derrick has been doing comedy for as long as he can remember. Unfortunately, since he has Alzheimer's, that might not be very long. There are a lot of funny comics; there are a lot of clean comics. Hard to find a truly funny clean comic. Derrick seems to be making it his mission to change that. Being able to do the same routine at a comedy club on Saturday night and a church function Sunday is a pretty cool, but rare thing. Because of an injury, Derrick is unable to use his left arm. "Lefty" as he calls his arm, (don't ask), finds his ways in to a lot of Derrick's material. His unique, often inspirational, form of comedy will leave you with both laugh lines.
Rubyn Warren -- Comedian Rubyn Warren is serious about his comedy. "At the end of the day it's not about how you make them laugh it's about that you make them laugh." Rubyn's comedic topic of choice is relationships, considering that he is also a relationship speaker.
Leighann Lord -- Leighann Lord's stand-up comedy show is smart, upscale, and engaging with topics including current events, politics, family, marriage and more. Her “heads up humor” is stand-up comedy at it’s finest. Inspired by the brilliance of George Carlin, the smooth jazz style of Franklyn Ajaye, and the elegance of Rita Rudner, Leighann has crafted her own unique brand of Thinking Cap Comedy.
Jamie Morgan -- After quitting college due to his fear of a public speaking class, it only made sense for Jamie Morgan to follow his dream of being a stand-up comedian. Jamie stared that fear in the face and has been making audiences laugh ever since. Jamie has been touring comedy clubs all over the nation for the last four years and whether it’s his clever whit or his absolute frustration with ordinary situations he always leaves audiences wanting more.
Donna Carter -- After rigorous comedy classes and seemingly endless nights and weeks and months of unpaid open mic performances, Donna landed her first paid gig in August, 1998, and from that point on, it’s been on! In 2012, Donna taped her first comedy feature for Comcast starring in XFINITY’s On Demand Stand-Up Comedy Series, Who’s Laughing Now!
Bob Lauver -- Bob’s material centers around his work and family experiences. His comedy takes the audience on a journey from his prior Navy life to his more recent work as a “Gentleman’s” club manager.
Paul Lyons -- Paul always looks on the bright side of life. Although his cat won't use the kitty litter Paul says, "My cat thinks outside the box" Paul has A.D.D. but as he sees it "I'm multi tasking" After Paul's license was revoked he celebrated, saying, "I just saved a bundle on my car insurance." Paul loves life, Laughter, Lyle Lovett, and alliteration. We could all use Paul's wisdom. We could all use Paul's ability to refer to himself in the third person. Paul's main message is that you can do it youself! -- with his help.
Jared Stern -- Nearly three decades ago in Pennsylvania, Jared was born with a knack for sarcasm, bullshitting and making people laugh. A future in politics was inevitable. Instead he used his charm to secure a degree in Make-Believe (BFA Acting), and moved to New York to collect experience as an actor. He expanded into stand-up comedy, with inappropriate jokes and songs that legally prohibit him from being within a five-mile radius of most playgrounds.