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Among his long list of accomplishments, D’Angelo was a national finalist in the Sierra Mist Next Great Comic Search; he was a finalist in the Laughs Across America, Las Vegas Comedy Festival. D‘Angelo co-starred in Showtime’s popular stand-up comedy movie, ‘The Godfathers of Comedy,’ and has also released two DVDs and three critically acclaimed comedy CDs that are played regularly on national radio. He is the writer/director/co-star of the original sitcom pilot ‘A Fine Mess’ which was featured at the prestigious New York International Independent Film Festival.
He has worked the Improv in Hollywood, Las Vegas, Chicago, and Reno, Caesar’s Palace, the Laugh Factory in LA. D’Angelo has opened for some of the biggest names in show business and regularly works cruise ships. He has also written and produced three television pilots.
Mitch Stinson is one of Boston’s comedy stars who has been a Semi-Finalist Sierra Mist/Improv ‘Next Great Comic
Search, a past winner of Rhode Island’s Funniest Stand-Up, and has been an invited performer at both the Boston and Rhode Island Comedy Festivals.
Stinson is a regular at the Comedy Connections in New England, hosts his own show every week in Boston and has performed at prestigious clubs such as Laugh Stop, Houston, TX, Crackers, Indianapolis, IN, Funny Bones, Columbus, OH and more.
Stinson is a former aircraft-carrier aviator for the United States Navy who, has recently risen through the comedy ranks discussing his unique insight into the transition from hot-shot Navy pilot to everyday civilian life.
MJSmith is a large man with a common name, but with a strangely uncommon view of the universe. On stage, Smith relates a lifetime of experience and offbeat perceptions finding a way to reach multi-generational audiences.
A public school educator, writer, and comedian, Smith is caught in a world between trying to be an effective teacher, a good husband, and a strong parent, while at the same time, continually seeking the approval of his Italian mother, who wields guilt like a double edged sword. According to Smith, accomplishing all of these goals is “a hopelessly impossible task, leading one to an existence doomed to failure, criticism, and a lifetime supply of Rolaids…. But that’s where I get my material.”