WHAT: “Hot” Comedy at The LAVA Center
WHEN: Friday, Oct. 27, 8 p.m.
WHERE: The LAVA Center, 324 Main St., Greenfield MA
GREENFIELD, MA — The LAVA Center is proud to present “Hot” Comedy at LAVA, a night of stand-up comedy featuring all local comedians!
The event will be hosted by Nisse Greenberg and will feature Valley comedians Molly Hynes, Ryan Arnold and Joe Kapinos and closing the evening will be comic/rapper Ezra Prior.
Doors will open at 7:30 p.m. and the show will be at 8 p.m. The cost is $8 in advance — https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hot-comedy-at-the-lava-center-tickets-720147088327 — or $10 at the door.
Nisse Greenberg is an award winning storyteller and stand up comedian who works over at Stone Soup Cafe on Saturdays. They like free stuff.
Molly Hynes is a comedian out of Western Mass whose off kilter jokes and puns remind us of the ever present absurdity in daily life. Many people are proud of her, friends, family members, even her dentist (sometimes).
Ryan Arnold is a writer/comedian/musician and silly goose from Housatonic, MA. He is trying his best. Doctors have given him a diagnosis of mild to moderate handsomeness.
Joe Kapinos is a comedian from Western Massachusetts who likes to poke fun at himself, talking about non conventional topics, all while mixing in conversations with the audience. His appearance reads “Jesus goes to the beach” mixed with “it was never just a phase mom!” A storyteller at heart who likes to go off on a rant when the space asks for it.
Ezra Prior is a Western Mass native who has performed all around the valley and spent a year in North Carolina, extending his comedic styles, and trying to develop an independent yet one size fits all approach to writing bits that range from meta to blue to hyper-personal, often confusing the two because he’ll be first to let you know he’s not all there!
The LAVA Center is a community arts space in Greenfield, MA whose mission is to create opportunities and build inclusive community in and through the arts and humanities. We are focused on making The LAVA Center a space where all artists, including marginalized communities and individuals, can have their voices heard. The LAVA Center is located at 324 Main St., in downtown Greenfield, MA. https://thelavacenter.org