Brought to you by: Fugitive Productions
Fugitive Comedy hosts some of the best and brightest comics working in the Boston area and nationally. The comedians who have joined us have appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Conan, David Letterman, Late Night with Seth Meyers, Last Comic Standing, America’s Got Talent, Comedy Central, The Jim Jeffries Show, Comedy Bang! Bang! Live! Podcast, NPR’s Commonwealth Journal, Lifetime’s Girls Night Out — and have opened for numerous well-known comedians in clubs around the nation.
Bob Niles (headliner)
Born and raised on Boston’s South Shore, Bob’s been a mainstay on the comedy scene for 25-plus years. Headlining up and down the East Coast, he has developed a style that leaves audiences gasping for air!! He has appeared at every A-List comedy club you can think of, sharing the stage with such luminaries as Gallagher, JJ Walker, and Bill Burr. A father to three daughters and a son, Bob’s comedy examines the difficulties of raising a family, working union construction projects, coaching several baseball teams, being a husband, and a comedian without going insane. Whether or not he has succeeded in keeping his sanity will be up to you to decide.
Mary grew up in Vermont but moved to Rhode Island to break into show business. She was featured on Nick at Night’s Funniest Mom in America and recently was runner up in Mohegan Sun’s Funniest Comic in New England. Maya travels as far as she can go in a night to perform, because no one will watch her kids for longer than that.
Matt is a Melrose product with varied interests and creative material. He was a state champion wrestler, college philosophy major, and is a talented visual artist, and teacher, and uses those influences on comedy stages around Boston. His sometimes dark and always surprising material has been seen at the Laugh Factory and Boston Comedy Festival.
“Not every crazy looks crazy,” says Amy, the comedian and motivational speaker who brings her boyish charm and dry wit to the stage with a storytelling style that shifts between stereotypes and reality. She delivers comedy with stigma-busting honesty. “I feel alive,” she says of the work. “I’m candid and exposed yet still fully clothed. Identified by the Boston Globe as a comedian to watch, and in Curve magazine as one of the “funniest lesbians in America,” Amy toured nationally and was a featured comedian in the film, “Laughing Matters — The Next Generation.” She remains a fixture on the comedy circuit, is a regular performer at the Boston Comedy Festival, and has been featured on Sirius XM Satellite Radio and the LOGO television network.
Doors open at 7pm • Performance starts at 8pm
Full bar • You’re welcome to bring snacks and/or take-out. Visit Discover Maynard for a list of Maynard’s many fine restaurants.
Tickets: $15/advance, $20/door