Steve Bjork Comedy Show – Feb. 26
One of the funniest (and kind-hearted) observational humorists in Boston, Stephen Bjork is known for his clean and funny style that makes him a favorite in theaters, corporate shows, and fundraisers.
He’ll be the headliner on Saturday, Feb. 26 at 8pm, along with funnymen Jim Ruberti and Boston up-and-comers Nathan Long and Kevin Turner.
Bjork works cross-country as a headliner, performing at clubs such as The Improv in Las Vegas, Mohegan Sun in Connecticut, Hilarities in Orlando, Florida, Crackers in Indianapolis, Indiana, and several more. He’s shared the stage with acts including Dane Cook, Steven Wright, Dom Irrerra, Dave Chappelle, Gilbert Gottfried, Joe Rogan, Dana Gould and Tommy Chong. He also once opened for the legendary musical group The Platters.
Jim Ruberti (right) is Boston comedian and actor who has been entertaining people for well over 30 years, starting as a child in the theaters of Cape Cod. 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 worked with Boston headliners such as Lenny Clarke, Steve Sweeney, Paul Nardizzi, Mike McDonald, Dave Rattigan and Steve Bjork. He’s co-host of the Soccerheads New England podcast and a frequent performer at the Cotuit Center for the Arts, Captain John Boats in Plymouth, and other venues around New England.
The show is presented by the Mass Arts Center with Scamp Comedy Productions. Tickets are $25.