Saturday November 24, 2012 @ 8:00 PM

 2 CITIES – 4 COMICS – 1 NIGHT – 41 BRIDGE STREET!!

New York and Boston Rivalry has been around since this country was founded not just in sports, bootleggers and politics but also on the comedy front. With different styles each city has produced the best comics in the world. Boston has had amazing rapid fire comics as: Steven Wright, Denis Leary, Jay Leno, Louis C.K., Dane Cook, Bill Burr, Lenny Clarke, Conan O’Brien, John Pinette, Doug Stanhope, Robert Kelly, Mike Birbiglia, Gary Gulman, Nick DiPaolo, Mario Cantone, Dana Gould, Don Gavin, and the list continues.New York is the breeding ground for talent and most comics will spend time there if they want to become famous. New York born Comics include: Jackie Gleason, Colin Quinne, Rodney Dangerfield, Jon Stewart, Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld, Andy Kaufman, Andrew Dice Clay, Adam Sandler, Albert Brooks, Alan King, Ray Romano, Kevin James, Greg Giraldo, Woody Allen, Rosie O’Donnel, George Carlin, Larry David, Al Frankin, Eddie Murphy and many more.

Now, New York and Boston are going to meet halfway at Bridge Street Live in Collinsville, CT!

Representing New York …Captain Chris Monty & Tim Gage!Chris Monty is one New York’s busier comedians. Along with being a regular at New York’s best comedy clubs including Gotham Comedy Club, Stand-Up NY, Dangerfields, & Governors, Chris is also a terrific actor that has been seen in numerous films & television commercials. He has written for “The Joan Rivers Radio Show” and was host of his own program on NY’s WGBB. Chris currently performs regular dates in Las Vegas & Atlantic City.Tim Gage is one New York’s busier comedians. Along with being a regular at New York City’s best comedy clubs including Dangerfield’s, The Gotham Comedy Club, and The Comedy Cellar, Tim is a writer and regular contributor on Saturday Night Live’s “Weekend Update.” Tim has been seen on Comedy Central’s “Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn,” A&E’s “Comedy on the Road” along with numerous stints as an opening act for big name acts including Colin Quinn, Kevin James and Ray Romano.

Representing Boston…Captain Joe Wong & Dan Crohn! Joe Wong came a long way from a rosy-eyed new immigrant to a blossoming comedian. His jokes range from ethnic, personal, political, observational to bizarre. It’s not always easy to categorize his humor, but it is always inspired. His volume of comedy material, his originality, and his “cut-from-a-different-kind-of-mold” character create a persona that audiences can’t help but love. Dan Crohn has been performing stand up comedy in and around Boston for the last five years. A recent semi-finalist in the Boston Comedy Festival, his stories of family and friends have entertained audiences from all over New England. Dan has opened for a number of well-known headliners and has played shows all over the country. His daytime job of teaching 4th graders has provided him with endless amounts of material. He has wanted to be a comedian since the age of eight when he stumbled upon his Father’s Henny Youngman records. Dan Crohn is a force to be reckoned with and is quickly becoming one of the funniest comics in Boston, and with good reason: he’s hilarious.

Bridge Street Live
41 Bridge Street
Collinsville, CT
US 06022

Event Information:
(860) 693-9762

Tickets:

$15, $25