Mondo Mondays Comedy – November Edition

When:
November 20, 2017 @ 7:35 pm
2017-11-20T19:35:00-05:00
2017-11-20T19:50:00-05:00
Where:
The Luna Theater
250 Jackson St
Lowell, MA 01852
USA
Cost:
$7

Mondo Monday Comedy!

Join us every 3rd Monday for a fresh line-up brought to you and hosted by Greg Boggis.

This Month’s line-up:

Headliner: Frank Santorelli

The show offers headliner Frank Santorelli, a regular cast member on the HBO hit series, The Sopranos. Frank played the burly Bada-Bing bartender “Georgie” who often saw the receiving end of Tony Soprano’s anger. Frank has been a long time national headliner and toured America with The Godfather’s of Comedy. Frank has also appeared in the films: No Reservations, Meet the Parents and Crooked Lines.He has also appeared as a headliner at the top clubs in the country including New York’s Comic Strip and Catch a Rising Star, Hilarities 4th Street Theater in Cleveland and LA’s Laugh Factory and the Improv. Frank brings a bigger than life character to the stage and talks about his life as an Italian-American, a comedian, an actor and a father. His is a show not to miss.

Featuring: Phoebe Angle

Phoebe Angle is a comedian with more than just fantastic hair. A rural Maine transplant, now living in Boston, she entertains audiences with a unique perspective– poking fun at everything from her rural upbringing, to urban public transportation, but mostly herself. A regular on the New England scene; She has been a finalist in the Portland’s Funniest Competition, a comic in-residence at Boston’s famous Comedy Studio, a host and participant for the in Comedy Festival, satirist for Boston’s underground comedy website UnSceneComedy.com, and monologue writer for Boston local Public Access TV show -Steve Katsos. Nationally & internationally, she has been a part of the Chicago Woman’s funny fest, SheDot Toronto, The Limeston Comedy Festival, and most recently a competitor in the Seattle International Comedy Competition and Boston Comedy Festival.

Special guest: Terence Pennington

Terence is a favorite around the Boston comedy scene and a great example of what happens when parents don’t care about their kids.  His irreverent  take on everyday occurrences will make you question your own sanity, and occasionally his.

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