" Traditionally, a one-person show is a comedy act, even if it is a play of sorts. The genre has become more flexible to include acts like magicians and storytellers, but it is still dominated by people who make us laugh. Thankfully, Boston has a lot of those along with venues that enjoy hosting them. This November, see performers who can dominate the stage on the merits of their acts alone. Whether it is big stars or up-and-comers, there is a lot happening in the city.
Bill Cosby (Photo from The Wilbur)
Bill Cosby The Wilbur 246 Tremont St. Boston, MA 02116 (617) 248-9700
Date: Nov. 30 and Dec. 1, 2013
Bill Cosby has been making America laugh with his family-oriented comedy for decades. He is one of the classics and Boston is lucky enough to have him for two days. He is a man of many talents, from selling pudding to making one of the most successful sitcoms in history, but Cosby’s standup remains the best tool in his arsenal of comedy. His expressiveness, relatability and friendliness will keep guests laughing through all four of his shows at The Wilbur.
Lisa Landry (Photo from Nick’s Comedy Stop)
Lisa Landry Nick’s Comedy Stop 100 Warrenton St. Boston, MA 02116 (617) 830-2551
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