Four great comics. Check out their bios below.
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Dan began his comedy career in late 2004 only one week into his freshman year of college. Quickly becoming a favorite in Northeast, he started performing nationally after winning the Boston Comedy Festival in 2006 at the age of 20. Dan has since received recognition from both audiences and industry alike having made multiple appearances on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson as well as Comedy Central and The BBC. In 2015, he recorded a half-hour special that received regular play on Sirius/XM. In 2016, he recorded his first full-length album titled, Not Ready For This, which is available on ITunes, Spotify, and most music streaming services.
Val is a stand-up comic/visual artist who has appeared on Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend” and was the voice of Clarice/Lil Mama on the cult cartoon “Home Movies.” She has headlined nationally at colleges and has performed at theaters and comedy/rock clubs all over. She caught the comedy bug in high school when she and her cast mates were the state drama champs with their production of “The Stinky Cheese Man.”
Gloria is a comedian and writer who has performed stand up, improv, and sketch comedy all over New England. Her charming, dry wit and sardonic observations have made her a staple of local venues like The Comedy Studio, Nick's Comedy Stop, and LaughBoston. She’s also been featured in the She-Devil Festival in New York City and the New South Comedy Festival. Her writing has been featured on Reductress — and she wrote some scorching tweets during the 2016 presidential election.
OUR HOST — MIKE DORVAL!
After a mere three months of performing, Mike won the NH Comedy Festival, defeating some of New England’s most established comics and he quickly climbed the comedic ranks to become one of the youngest headliners in Boston history. He’s been praised by the Boston Globe as “One of Boston’s Best.” Mike has been featured on Comedy Central’s Laugh Riots, starred in numerous TV commercials, and toured overseas for the USO. He has served as Comic In Residence at The Comedy Studio and is a favorite of the Boston Comedy Festival. He’s written and performed several one man shows which have had runs at the Charles Playhouse and Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater.