Comedy At The Cabot with Mark Riley, Al Park, Tony Moschetto & Andrea Henry$24.50 Buy Tickets
Mark Riley, who performed at The Cabot on New Year’s Eve 2015, was a finalist in the 2016 Boston Comedy Festival. A former professional ice hockey referee (he spent a very short time in the NHL) who also ran a Gymboree, he headlines at top clubs in Boston as well as playing top rooms in Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Atlantic City. Among those he’s performed with: Steven Wright, Joe Rogan and Lenny Clarke. He headlines college and corporate shows as well and has worked as an actor in commercials and industrial films.
Al Park is a rising talent on the national comedy scene. Winner of the Boston Comedy Festival and Cleveland Comedy Festival competitions, he was also a finalist in the prestigious Seattle International Comedy Competition. Named Boston’s Best Comedian of 2016 by the Improper Bostonian, Park mixes sharp observation and cultural satire with plenty of self-deprecation producing a unique and authentic comic voice. His standup can be heard on Audible.com and seen on NBC’s Seeso.com. He made his television debut on FOX TV’s Laughs earlier this year.
Tony Moschetto is one of the most uniquely hilarious comedians in the United States. Stand-up comedy has literally taken him around the world, as he’s performed not only in Boston and New England, but in New York City, Los Angeles, London and Beijing, China. He’s been featured on Comedy Central and on The Playboy Channel but it’s his quirky manner and original point of view that make him one of a kind. He’s also an award-winning writer and filmmaker. He had a short featured at the AngelCiti Film Festival in Los Angeles and another that won the Audience Choice Award at the Boston Comedy Festival.
Andrea Henry doesn’t fit the mold of the class clown who grew up to become a comedian but her dead-on observations and absurd view of the world have helped her become one of the best in Boston. Currently working on a project for the Lifetime channel, her other credits include Nickelodeon’s Search for America’s Funniest Mom, Comedy Central’s Open Mic Fight, Comcast’s Backstage with Barry Nolan and Yuk Yuk’s Great Canadian Laugh Off.