BScene by Dean: Comedy at the Station Gallery Café. Feb 2016
The show last night was one of the best I’ve seen in awhile, and not just because of the comedy. I think I enjoyed the audience as much as the comedy, it was an audience that never really stopped laughing from start to finish. I’m not saying anything negative about what the comedians were doing, that part of the show was phantastic. But there were people in here that just had such an infectious laugh that at times much of the laughing was for the laugher and not the comedian on stage, even the comedians got caught up in the laughter as well. Whoever ended up on stage had an audience that really let them know that they were having fun.
Michael Moses the host started the jocularity with his opening “crowd work” and he never stopped throughout the night. Chad Gibson and Alan Shane Lewis looking down into the audience(Chad is closer to 7’ tall than 6’) only saw smiles and laughs through their entire sets. Ben Healey and Dylan Scott both were beyond funny with their stories and one liners. Joell Bolton is a newcomer to the comedy scene and she presented her comedic nature as if she’d been doing this for much longer that the month and a half that she claims. The night ended with the comedy of Kyle Lucy, one of the most entertaining comedians currently working in this area. Not only are his stories and jokes something to laugh at, the way he uses his body just makes everything that much funnier, a very active comedian in every way, verbally and physically.
Between the great comedy and the laughing audience I have to say that this was one of the more enjoyable comedy shows in the area that I’ve experienced for a while. If you’re reading this, I’m going to tell you that you have to check this show out. It happens every Thursday night at 9:00 pm atThe Station Coffee House And Gallery.
Special Kudos to Caleb Turgeon, the station bartender who opened the show with his own live music performance that really got things started in a way that they’ve never been started before.
Submitted By: Dean Ellis
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