Boston comedian Lenny Clarke has been performing since the 1980s as part of the great local comedy scene that included Denis Leary, Steven Wright, and many more. Since then he has gone on to numerous film and television roles, mostly notably portraying Uncle Teddy in the FX hit series “Rescue Me.” His other credits include “Ted 2,” “Fever Pitch,” “Rounders,” “The Job,” “The John Larroquette Show,” “There’s Something About Mary” and “Sirens.” He was featured in the documentary “When Stand Up Stood Out” about the Boston comedy scene, and also narrated ESPN’s 30 for 30 — “4 Days in October” about the 2004 ALCS comeback of the Boston Red Sox against the New York Yankees.
An additional set will be performed by prominent New Hampshire comedian Juston McKinney, fresh off the release of a new comedy special on Amazon Prime and a recent Showtime special with Rob Gronkowski. McKinney’s stand-up has also appeared on both Conan and the Tonight Show.
- Occurred Friday, January 17th, 2020 @ 8:00 pm