Headliner: The Return of Mo Mussa! – @mohadmussa
In his short time as a stand-up comedian, Mohad “Mo” Mussa has become a favorite in New England. Mo beat out more than one hundred comedians to win the 2021 Funniest Comic in New England Contest and was a finalist in the 2023 Boston Comedy Festival. He has headlined many venues all over the East Coast including Boston’s Nick’s Comedy Stop.
Audiences love Mo because of a combination of high energy and crafty writing. He tells outrageous stories filled with hilarious punchlines. Fans love his unpredictable jokes, high-octane stage presence, and dynamic voice.
Featuring: Mustafe Mussa – @coolguyhavingfun
Mustafe Mussa (Mo’s brother!) is a New England comic born and raised in the booming metropolis of West Hartford, CT. When he isn’t out participating in philanthropy, he spends the rest of his time making people laugh – which he loves to do! Illustrious stages such as Nick’s Comedy Stop, The Stress Factory, and the Connecticut Comedy Festival have had the pleasure of having Mustafe grace their stage.
Opener: Liz Moniz – @lizzmonizzcomedy
Liz Moniz is a comedian and writer from Rhode Island, who has been featured in Buzzfeed, Boston Voyager Magazine, and on Sirius XM’s Rawdog Comedy. She has performed at comedy clubs and festivals all over the country and had the distinct honor of opening for Morbid: a True Crime Podcast at their first live show. Despite all of her success, she is most proud of her meatloaf recipe and will share it with you if you ask nicely.
Hosted By: Ayesheh Mae – @ayeshehmae
Ayesheh Mae is a CT-based comic who is very crass and loves emo music. She currently produces the successful Filthy Comedy which she runs all on her own. She runs shows at breweries all across the state, and has also performed at COMIX at Mohegan Sun, the Grisley Pear, and Broadway Comedy Club in NYC, and recently performed in the Portland Comedy Festival.
Event Cost: $25
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