Editor’s Note: The January blues are all but over and it feels so good. Homegrown talent, national headliner, Open With his mic prominent on the calendar, the powerful comedies in and around the city continue to cost more than the price of electricity. first year stress. Live entertainment is making its way back into our social lives — put on your mask! —and we always want you to know what’s cool going on in the world of comedy. microphone up, an ongoing weekly series detailing the best live comedy shows to consider when you go out. Below is an overview of the week leading up to Sunday (February 5th).
One Theater Taylor Tomlinson
Tomlinson remains as unbeatable as ever in her most recent hour, but somehow shedding another layer of vulnerability in yet another very personal hour of hers. have everything trip. Integrity is in her comedic DNA, and you’d be hard-pressed to find an artist who can swing it with the confidence and composure that Tomlinson has consistently demonstrated over the years. and she seems to be just getting started.
Taylor Tomlinson: The Have It All Tour :: From Wednesday, February 1 through Friday, February 3, at the One Theater, 270 Tremont Street, Boston. Massachusetts, Wednesday at 7:00 pm, Thursday at 7:00 pm, Friday at 7:00 pm and 10:00 pm, $29.75 to $154.00 :: Event Information :: Advance Tickets
Scott Saithe off cabot
From screens with highly relatable sketches about retail frustration to stage with energetic stand-up deliveries that are witty and witty, Sythe is no stranger to comedy, but he’s really good in the scene. It’s been making a name for itself over the last few years. And while he’s on his way back to the area, his first major film role is knocking on the door thanks to: cocaine bear In film, the Baltimore native is poised to go big with his rising fame both in the region and across the country.
SCOTT SEISS :: Friday, February 3 and Saturday, February 4, Off Cabot, 9 Wallis St. in Beverly, MA :: Friday at 7pm, Saturday at 4:30pm and 7pm, $30 :: Presale ticket
Bad Kreischer At TD Garden
Saturday night in Boston with Bart? Let the game begin. The Machine’s long lines for many years of sold-out shows in Boston are just a glimpse of the colossal evolution that America’s favorite shirtless party animal has undergone.From The Wilbur to The Wang to now a TD Garden legend. Right up to the iconic grounds, Kreischer continues to carve his name on the cobblestones of the rich Comedy Route that runs through the city with completely sold-out shows. What makes it an even bigger feat is that regardless of the size of the room, Kleischer always seems to keep things intimate: top-off and bottom-up.
Bert Kreshichar: Dominating the World Tour :: Saturday, February 4th at TD Garden at 100 Legends Way in Boston, MA at 7pm :: SOLD OUT
big jay okerson at wilbur
Few things in life are inevitable, and one of them just so happens to be Okerson’s consistency in waxing poetically grotesque. Big Jay, one of his best joke writers and storytellers in gaming, as usual, doesn’t seem to be holding back anything this time.
Big Jay Oakerson :: Saturday, February 4, 246 Tremont Street, The Wilbur Theater, Boston, MA, 6 PM, $35.00 to $45.00 :: Advance Tickets