New’s Year’s Eve Stand Up Comedy

The Best of Boston Comedians 

Stand Up Comedy New Year’s Eve

with headliners 

Lamont Price, Jeff Koen, Jim Ruberti

Tickets $30 per person when purchased in advance ($40 at the door)
a Champagne Toast and Assorted Hors d’oeuvres included! (Cash Bar available)

Two Shows:

at the MMAS Black Box Theater
377 North Main Street, Mansfield

Buy tickets online by clicking on a show time above
Or call MMAS to order by phone:
508-339-2822 weekdays between 10:00 AM and 3:30 PM

What a year it’s been for Lamont Price, host of the NBC Channel 10 Boston web series Lamont’s Boston. Earlier this year, Price was named “Boston’s Best Comedian” by Boston Magazine, a year after receiving the same honor from The Improper Bostonian. The former Comedy Central “Comedian to Watch” has appeared in Triumph the Insult Comic Dog’s Election Special from Funny or Die, Funny or Die’s Oddball Comedy Tour, and National Public Radio’s Bullseye with Jesse Thorn. Price has appeared with national stars such as Dane Cook and Opie and Anthony regulars Rich Vos and the late Patrice O’Neal. He’s a regular at the Boston Comedy Festival and the Hampton Beach Comedy Festival.

Jeff Koen’s family was on America’s Funniest Home Videos and won $10,000. Can anything be more glamorous than that? Koen works the clubs and theaters of New England, and is a regular performer on the Hampton Beach (NH) Comedy Festival. He is in constant demand as an actor on independent film projects. He’s known for his portrayal of one of the characters in the on-line cartoon Man Servants, and for playing the offensive “Uncle Rick” in the cult film Heavy Times, which gained him fans from all of the world, though not very many in any one country. “A guy from Sri Lanka wanted to visit me and stay at my house,” he said. “All he needed me to do was write a letter to the prime minister.”

Jim Ruberti is a Boston comedian and actor. He has been entertaining people for well over 30 years, starting as a child in the theaters of Cape Cod performing with Broadway actors such as John Raitt or Theordore Bikel, and progressing into roles as an adult at venues like the Barnstable Comedy Club. He has been a comic fundraising auctioneer and event host for more than 10 years, and a stand-up comedian working stages around New England. As a stand-up, he’s shared the stage with Boston headliners such as Steve Sweeney, Paul Nardizzi, Mike McDonald, Dave Rattigan and Steve Bjork.