The Beach House is offering a night of comedy on Saturday, September 7, with four fantastic comedians from Boston and New York. A portion of the proceeds will go to Boston Marathon bombing victim Jeff Bauman.
The show features Dave Russo (Dirty Water TV), Dave Rattigan (XM Satellite Radio), Preston Simpson (Late Show With David Letterman), and Pete Costello (Comix at Foxwoods).
Doors will open at 5:15 PM
for the 7 PM
show. Tickets are $25 and are available at The Beach House,. 17 Nathan Ellis Highway, Falmouth, or at www.scampscomedy.com
Recently named "Best Male Comic" in the city by the Boston Examiner, Dave Russo has been a mainstay of Boston comedy for the last fifteen years. As co-host of NESN's Dirty Water TV, he produces a regular comedy series, in addition to reporting on the best of Boston night life. After winning the first Boston Comedy Festival's "Best New Comic Award," he auditioned and won and earned a headlining contract in Las Vegas on E! Entertainment Television's "The Entertainer with Wayne Newton." He has been featured on NBC's "The Today Show," Fox 25 with Gene Lavanchy, NESN's Comedy All-Stars, and "The Phantom Gourmet."
Dave Rattigan headlines clubs, fundraisers and corporate shows and co-created and hosts the themed standup show How Men Think (Or Do They?). He's a regular at the Hampton Beach and Boston comedy festivals, has opened for The Beach Boys, Jeff Dunham, and Steven Wright, and has appeared multiple times on The Steve Katsos Show. He’s also appeared in TV commercials, the 2011 film Heavy Times, and has written humorous pieces for the Boston Globe, Christian Science Monitor, Northshore Magazine, and others.
Preston Simpson is an accomplished comedian and actor, with appearances on television and top comedy clubs nationwide. His resume features appearances at clubs like The Improv, Caroline's, and Stand Up NY. He has also appeared on Late Night with David Letterman.
Pete Costello is one of Boston’s classic comedians. During the last ten years, he has been performing at college campuses, comedy and night clubs, fundraiser events, and organization performances. His material associates humor with everyday occurrences.