Comedy Night

MARCH 18, 2016


Comedy diva Stephanie Peters grew up in Cambridge, Massachusetts, idolizing local funnyman Lenny Clarke and his buddies Jay Leno, Denis Leary and Steven Wright, who honed their standup chops at the now-famous Ding Ho. Now, she's appearing on the same bill. In just one year, Stephanie skyrocketed from playing tiny clubs in Boston's suburbs to strutting her own brand of bawdiness in Leary's "Comics Come Home" benefit, where she shared the limelight with Clarke, Wright and Jay Mohr. Peters then won the Marshall's Women in Comedy festival, which crowned her one of the top "new" female comics in the country. There she opened for Caroline Rhea at Symphony Hall and the show was broadcast on PAXtv. Included in the comedy show were a "head to toe" makeover that Stephanie would "prefer to forget," and a behind the scenes interview with The View's funny lady, Joy Behar, who exclaimed after watching Stephanie perform, "I have no advice for you, you're great, a real natural!"

The Cambridge comedienne, who has been called the modern-day Totie Fields, also opened for another idol--comic pioneer Joan Rivers. She's performed at such venues as the Berklee Performance Center, the Orpheum, the Wang and the Providence Center for the Performing Arts and appeared with the likes of DL Hughley, Colin Quinn, John Pinette, Jackie Mason and Elvis Presley (the Las Vegas impersonator).

JOHN PERROTTA (CO-HEADLINER) Comedian John Perrotta known as "the Italian Don Rickles!" He has been performing stand-up since 1991 and is known for his rapid-fire delivery of one-liners and his ability to improv off any audience. John has headlined at many comedy clubs including the Comedy Connection, Catch A Rising Star, Joker's Wild, Nick's Comedy Stop, Dick Doherty's Comedy Clubs, and more.

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