Presented by Boston Comedy Festival
Boston Comedy Festival presents Saint Patrick’s Comedy & Dance Spectacular.
The best place to be on this Saint Patrick’s Day is The Music Hall to celebrate with Celtic step dancing, music, and hilarious comedy. Comedy gold at the end of the rainbow can be found at The Music Hall, courtesy of the Boston Comedy Festival. Featuring four of the funniest comedians of Irish descent Boston has to offer.
Jim McCue went viral with his DryBar special nothing personal which has had over 4 million viewers, Jim has been featured on Comedy Central, Comcast Comedy Spotlight, NBC’s Last Comic Standing, RedEye on Fox News, Live at Gotham AXS. Jim has toured the globe entertaining our troops and wrote a book called Embedded Comedian describing some of his adventures.
Kelly MacFarland is a stand-up comedian, writer, and actress. She has an extensive resume including comedy clubs, theaters, colleges, festivals, films, television appearances and entertaining US troops overseas. Kelly has appeared on Comedy Central, NBC’s Last Comic Standing, Up Early Tonight on Hulu and Denis Leary’s Comics Come Home. She has several comedy albums available on iTunes and can be heard on SiriusXM. For all things Kelly, visit www.kellymacfarland.com.
Dan Donahue is an electrician by trade who started comedy 4 years ago. He performs on shows all over New England, opening for the likes of Juston McKinney, Christine Hurley and Dave Rattigan. Dan has a story telling style of comedy, mixing real life with irreverent observations.
Casey McNeal (Addicted to Disorders) is a Boston comic and humorist who regularly appears in Clubs throughout New England and New York. Sometimes observational, sometimes absurd, but always told through the lense of his mental hangups, his comedy appeals to those who have hangups, and those who like to laugh at his hangups. He has opened for legends like Sam Kinison, Margaret Cho, Kevin Nealon, Judy Tenuta, and Cathy Ladman, among others. He was a Finalist in the NBC Tonight Show Comedy Challenge, and has appeared in the Boston Comedy Festival, the Mutiny Radio Comedy Festival, and the NY Underground Comedy Festival.
The Murray Academy is Northern New England’s premier school for Irish dance, located in Exeter, NH. The academy is home to 150 students, including Regional/National champions and World medal holders.
McDonough-Grimes Irish Dance is led by John Grimes, Riverdance cast member (2009-2012). In five years, the school has produced World and National qualifiers and has been featured on NH Chronicle.