POSTPONED – Mother of a Comedy Show
Starring Christine Hurley, Kelly MacFarland, & Kerri LouiseTickets starting at $24.50
Although, these ladies travel the country as true professional stand up comedians, each having their own long list of impressive credits, here in a Mother of a Comedy Show they come together as friends! Come out to The Cabot on Mother’s Day for an evening full of laughs.
Christine Hurley, Kelly MacFarland and Kerri Louise have battled in the comedy clubs and done hundreds of corporate and theatre shows. They’ve strived to work and perfect their craft and now, see them together on one stage! Grab your girlfriends, sisters, husband, spouse, partner, hairdresser, neighbors and everyone in between.
Christine Hurley loves what she does…making people laugh! Married to Jimmy Hurley and having five kids, Christine is never at a loss for comedic material.
Like any great comedian, Christine has an innate ability to see humor in “everyday” situations. For years, she entertained family, friends and neighbors in their kitchens, at barbeques and the grocery store aisles. The only difference now is she uses a microphone and a stage.
Christine’s maiden voyage into the world of stand up comedy was an open audition in New York City. The television network Nick at Nite was looking for “AMERICA’S FUNNIEST MOM.” She figured if it didn’t go well, no one in New York would have known who she was anyway…
Turns out it went well! Out of thousands of entries, Christine was selected to be a finalist on the nationally televised show. The producers of the show included Carol Leifer (Seinfeld show producer), Jeff Singer (talent scout, Montreal Comedy Festival), Jeffrey Ross (Comedy Central roast master) and actress Sandra Bernhardt.
Her stories and views on motherhood and marriage are exactly what everyone is living through… people get it and love it!
Christine Hurley has quickly become a favorite in the Boston comedy world. She just got a standing ovation at Denis Leary’s Comics Come Home, one of the biggest comedy event in the country!
Kelly MacFarland is a Boston based stand-up comedian, writer and actress. She has an extensive and well-rounded resume including comedy clubs, theaters, colleges, festivals, television appearances and entertaining US troops overseas. She has performed with the Funny or Die Oddball Festival 2015, performed at Boston Calling 2016/2017 and has been a featured headliner for the Women in Comedy Festival since inception in 2009. Kelly has appeared on the TV Guide Channel, Comedy Central’s Premium Blend, Last Comic Standing Season 9 and AXS Gotham Comedy LIVE. Kelly is the host of the web series, Fit or Fad for Scripps Networks. Kelly is also an accomplished improviser and has been a resident cast member of the ImprovBoston National Touring Company since 2014. Kelly is a contributor to the Audible series, Sounds Like America and is currently writing a collection of short stories based on her stand-up and her life.
Kerri Louise is a stand-up comic who has made a footprint in this business for over 2 decades. She made her first step in the Boston comedy scene and soon she was found stepping into all the New York City comedy clubs. That catapulted her career into becoming a regular correspondent on the Oprah Winfrey Show. Which led her to be on the very first episode of The Dr. OZ Show. NBC took Kerri all the way to the finals in the show Last Comic Standing. Her performance on that show prompted The Women’s Entertainment Network to make her the star of her own reality show called “TWO FUNNY”. These credits plus her very popular mommy Vlog, My Mommy Minute has made Kerri Louise an attraction.
Guest Appearances include Howard Stern, Last Comic Standing, Oprah Winfrey, Dr. OZ, Gotham Live AXS-TV, Byron Allen Comics Unleashed TV, Guide’s Stand-Up In Stilettos, The Montel Show, Nickelodeon Nick Mom Night Out, Fine Living Channel ~ 20/20 NBC’s Access Hollywood, The Apprentice Comedy Central, ABC’s The View, VH1-Joan Rivers, Marie Claire Magazine, HBO Aspen Comedy Festival Montreal Comedy Festival HBO Aspen Comedy Festival Marie Claire Magazine Montreal Comedy Festival, Lucille Ball Comedy Festival Show Women’s Entertainment.