Mark Scalia Comedy Show – Aug. 25
The headliner has changed for the Thursday, Aug. 25 show that was to feature Steve Donovan. If you bought tickets to see Steve Donovan, they will be honored for this show. If you have questions, please call the office at 508-339-2822.
Our new headliner Mark Scalia is a headlining comedian but many know him best for his acting performances on local stages, or on the Salem Trolley during the holiday season. As a comedian, he has headlined across the United States and Canada at major comedy clubs, numerous colleges and universities, along with corporate, private, and religious venues. He has also performed at The Boston International Comedy Festival, Seattle International Comedy Festival and the New Orleans Comedy Festival. He’s also performed standup with the show How Men Think (Or Do They?).
Presented by Scamps Comedy and the Mass Arts Center, the shows will be outdoors in the tent if weather permits, or may be moved indoors in case of inclement weather (or extreme heat). Showtime is 7:30 p.m.
Andrew Della Volpe his start working as an intern at Sacha Baron Cohen’s Four by Two Films while studying government at Colby College, and has never gone back to thoughts of a serious job. He performs on a near-nightly basis throughout New England and Boston and has become one of the fastest rising talents in the city. He’s performed in the prestigious Hampton Beach Comedy Festival, at the Palace Theatre in Manchester (N.H.), at the legendary Nick’s Comedy Stop, The Comedy Scene at Patriot Place and South Boston’s Capo Supper Club.
Caroline Cooke is a Boston-based standup comic who blends social commentary and storytelling to deliver big laughs about the absurd nature of our society and daily lives. Caroline was recently featured in the Wittiest Women Showcase at the 2021 Burbank Comedy Festival and is a three-time gold medalist in the Quadrennial Comedy Games. Caroline performs at popular comedy clubs across New England and New York City, including West Side Comedy Club, The Comedy Studio, Broadway Comedy Club, QED, and Greenwich Village Comedy Club. She also performs at corporate, charity, and private events.
David Caggiano is a stand-up comedian from Peabody who hosted the New Year’s Eve show at MAC in 2021. He performs regularly at Nick’s Comedy Stop and was featured in the Boston Globe for being a bad date. He is also a full time Firefighter and Paramedic.
The show is presented by the Mass Arts Center with Scamp Comedy Productions. Tickets are $20.