2/23/18 UPDATE : Mike McCarthy will be replacing Mike Koutrobis for this performance.


Enjoy the best of Boston Comedy without the ride to Beantown! This show features Dave Russo, Mike Koutrobis, and Rob Steen.

Dave Russo received national attention when he beat out more than 30,000 entertainers in 10 major cities to be part of the E! Entertainment Network’s 10-episode series “The Entertainer”,  starring Mr. Las Vegas himself: Wayne Newton. “The Entertainer” has been viewed by over 80,000,000 people in 20 countries. Dave has made himself a reputation of being one of the country’s most versatile and entertaining comics  working today. He has performed at more than 200 colleges and top venues across the country including The Comedy Stop at the Tropicana in Las Vegas/Atlantic City, The Comic Strip, Dangerfields, and Gotham Comedy Clubs in NYC, as well as The LA Improv and The World Famous Comedy Store.

Over twenty years ago in Boston, Mike Koutrobis  began what would become an outstanding comedy career. Mike’s witty and sarcastic commentary has brought him to clubs, colleges and corporations throughout North America; appearing alongside some of the top headliners in the world.  Prior to becoming a full-fledged comedian, Mike was an accomplished rock musician, ringing brothers trained clown, MMA ring announcer and one of New England’s most popular wedding DJ’s. The result of this eclectic lifestyle proves there is no situation this award winning comedian can’t handle. He has also appeared in various motion pictures such as ‘The Equalizer’ with Denzel Washington,  ‘Here Comes The Boom’ with Kevin James, and ‘Grown-Ups’ with Adam Sandler.

Rob Steen has been performing comedy for more than 25 years. He began as a street performer at the age of 12 in Boston, MA. Using his juggling and improv skills, he decided to try Stand-Up! Since then he has kept a full calendar of over 350 shows per year. Rob has also been featured on several TV shows. He is very high energy and brings audience together as a group with his unique style of crowd participation.