Comedy Night at Trinity-On-Main; Cold and Crisp

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Crisp-Cold-Comedy will be at Trinity-on- Main.at 69 Main Street in New Britain on Saturday, February 10. The show will be from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m. We offer a Full Bar, Concessions, Plenty of Free Parking in the Chestnut Street Parking Garage right across the street next to the Police Station or on the street. Trinity is a 300 seat theater. This event has adult language.

Come enjoy the following comedians: MC’d by Marcellino “Moose” Hill, Headlined by John Romanoff, Featuring Kristine Blinn, with guest Andre Kim Junior. Marcellino “Moose” Hill is

from New Britain. John Romanoff Lives in West Haven, Connecticut.

Kristine Blinn Lives in Springfield, Massachusetts. Andre Kim lives in `Queens, New York City.

Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door. V.I.P tickets are $35–includes a meal (beef Tips or Chicken) at a table up front and a glass of wine. For tickets go to www.trinityonmain.org or call 860-229-2072.

John Romanoff is a comic so natural, so rotund big and burley both on and off the stage. He has appeared on NBC TV, FOX TV and on AXS TV’S Gotham Comedy Live. John has opened for Andrew “Dice” Clay, Jim Jefferies, Nick DiPaolo, Bo Burnham and the late great Patrice O’Neal. Audiences won’t soon forget, Romanoff’s high-energy, cutting, unique, and beat you over the head hilarity. Romanoff’s view on everything from family, to pop culture, and, of course his passion for Zumba brings the audience into his self-deprecating, comedic assault on funny. John started his comedy career when he won the Young Authors Award in the sixth grade for writing a scary story. John was the grand prize winner in the 2012 “Funniest Comic in New England” Contest, with 250 comics competing.

Everyone calls Marcellino Hill moose. He was born and raised in New Britain and will always consider it home. A single father of two kids, a son in Minnesota and a daughter Dakota here in New Britain, he likes to stay busy with stand-up comedy and a part-time job, “cuz man cannot live on bread alone. I consider my stand up to be an all-around experience since I laugh

at experiences in life in general. Basically I laugh at myself. So come out and laugh with us.”

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