Hilarious one liners,never ending jokes and the over the top funny impressions.... There isn't a better way to kick off March than seeing funny man Tracy Morgan this weekend!
Out on the road and cracking up audiences everywhere, this fearless comic is coming right to you Boston! Morgan is perhaps best known for his role as Tracy Jordon on the award winning TV series 30 Rock. He has made quite the name for himself with is his racy humor and bawdy jokes. This one of a kind occasionally controversial stand up comic is for sure an act you need to see live!
The comedian, who rose to fame on Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock, is at the tail end of his Excuse My French tour, which makes a stop at the Wilbur Theatre this Saturday, March 1st. The stand-up show, he’s been quoted as saying, serves as a bit of a reintroduction to who he is—which is not Tracy Jordan, the outrageous character he played on “30 Rock.”
March: Debuting April 14th, this world premire of Sharyn Rothstein's tackles life's complications through Eva Perez and Michael Meltzer, two youths who couldn't be more different. The teens take on real and imaginary monsters in this funny and compelling theatrical journey. They meet as avatars in a fantasy realm in online game and form an unexpected friendship. The show is presented by Red Fern Theatre Company and will have a three-week residency at The Theater at the 14th St. Y from April 12-29th Thurs-Sat at 8pm and Sundays at 3pm. Tickets are available for purchase here for $20.
Feast your eyes on what must be the sexiest camera we’re going to see for a long time. Fujifilm, one of the leading camera companies in the world, has really outdone itself with this glistening beauty.
With a solid yet elegant retro frame and 2.8 inch LCD, the camera is a sight to behold, but it’s the brains within this body that’s got everyone all hot under the collar. This camera touts a 12.3 megapixel APS-C sensor, supports 720p movies, is built as one of the latest mirrorless cameras, has an EXR processor, is a compact camera with interchangeable lens capability, can toggle between optical and electronic viewfinders, and ships with a 23mm F2 Fujinon lens. In short: it is a fantastic camera. It’s durable, solid, the latest in technology, and perfect for the serious photographer and camera fan.
One of our stops last week was to Bloomingdale's uptown for a Vanity Fair/Ports 1961 soiree. By the time we arrived, the "special presentation" of Ports 1961's Spring/Summer collection had ended and nearly all the champagne had been downed by the guests - thank God that chocolate hors d'oeuvres remained to satisfy Joonbug staff latebirds.