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Born in Charlestown, Steve Sweeney is a legendary Boston comedian known as a master of dialects and character voices. With his famous Boston accent and great insight into human nature, Steve is so thoroughly Bostonian that he merits his own stop on the MBTA Green Line.
Steve learned his craft at the world famous Ding Ho Comedy Club, where he performed with Lenny Clarke, Denis Leary, Jay Leno, and more. Well-rounded and seasoned, Steve has kept audiences laughing for years. He won his status, the old-fashioned way – he earned it!
He has been a featured on major television shows including David Letterman, Evening at the Improv, Comics Come Home, and Comedy Central, and starred in his own Boston-based sitcom, Park Street Under.
Steve’s trademark political satire has earned him top host spots on Boston radio stations 100.7FM WZLX (Sweeney’s Neighborhood) and 95.9FM WATD (Jay Mohr and Opie & Anthony.) In addition, Steve is an elite Master of Ceremonies selected by many charitable and political organizations (of both parties, but separately, of course!)
Steve is a successful actor and has appeared in many Hollywood films, which include:
- Equalizer 
- Me, Myself & Irene 
- There’s Something About Mary 
- Next Stop Wonderland 
- Southie 
- Celtic Pride 
- Back to School 
Steve lives just outside his hometown of Boston and when not working loves to spend quiet time with his dog and friends.
Corey is a highly sought after national touring college, club and corporate and cruise ship performer. He was the winner of The Catch a New Rising Star, The Funniest Comic in New England and the 2017 Big Sky Comedy Festivals. Rodrigues has been featured on the hilarious Gotham Live, Laughs on Fox and True Tv’s Laff Mobbs Laff Tracks television shows and currently can be heard on Sirius XM. He combines comedy from his own life and the lives of those around him. Mix that with a hilarious point of view and he’s able to talk about just about anything.
He has been entertaining since childhood. Growing up in Milton – a small suburb in Massachusetts – and spending a lot of time in the city at his family’s barbershop businesses allowed Corey to bring a diverse voice to the stage. Since a very early age he’s had the ability to impersonate many different voices. He often left family members in tears at gatherings. It wasn’t rare for him to startle his childhood classmates by imitating a teacher or principal’s voice in the hallways.
Corey made a quick transition from class clown to professional headliner. in the early years he honed and developed those skills on the stage of Boston’s Improv Asylum. From there he became a part of his own short form improv troupe, Flaming Awesome. Referred to as funny, endearing, edgy, quick and exceptionally likeable when he is on the stage, Corey owns the crowd.
Rodrigues has starred in the Independent film Business is War, directed by the late Kemal Gordon, “Corey Rodrigues plays ‘Black,’ a financially challenged individual whose erratic funny cameos bring random laughter at a moment’s notice.” – Entertainment Source 617 “The rest of the cast stands out as well; especially Corey Rodrigues as the comedy relief character Black.” – The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival. He has also appeared in multiple commercials and a variety of cable television shows.
Additionally, Corey has been able to use his comedic gift to impact the community by raising money for Dana Farber, The Pan Mass Challenge, The American Cancer Society, Rebuilding Boston Together, The Jimmy Fund, The Blue Angels of Manchester, CT and countless other charities.
Tricia Auld is a Boston-based comedian who’s performed in some of New England’s region’s most charming/intimidating bars, theaters, and clubs. She’s a staple of Laugh Boston, Nick’s Comedy Stop, and The Rockwell, among other venues. Tricia combines soul-baring anecdotes about living single, sexual misadventures, and her unconventional upbringing with an articulate irreverence that wouldn’t be out of place in a Chelsea Handler or Whitney Cummings special. She’s been producing a showcase every first Thursday at Club Cafe for two years.
She first broke into Boston’s comedy scene with a blog called NeverBeenMoreSingle, to the delight of salacious businessmen and to the dismay of their girlfriends. Tricia is the funniest friend in your brunch group, the bridesmaid who can’t help plunging into splits at the reception and enticing a groomsmen or two. Her act offers insights into growing up as one of five daughters, pursuing the highs of sex and the lure of the nightlife, and inevitably, grappling with nauseating challenges the impending hangover holds. She’s the girl who will hold back your hair and crack a joke so funny you’ll barely notice you’re puking at her show. No seriously, she has held an audience member’s hair back after her show. Much of Tricia’s comedy style developed while she was growing up in the chaos of a large family. With four sisters comes a lot of fun, drama, love, disappointments, teasing, and support. Through her experiences, she is able to connect and relate to her audiences. Her journey in comedy was covered by DigBoston, whose cover she graced in June 2015. Her relatable material and alluring stage presence have made her a must-see in New England and beyond. You will leave shows with Tricia Auld wanting to work your way into her friend group one Titos Soda with Lemon at a time.