Filming of NESN’s Dirty Water TV at Raw Comedy…Laughter on the Half Shell Show during Plymouth Rock Comedy Festival
Plymouth, MA (June 30, 2010) –- NESN Television will be filming its first comedy episode of Dirty Water TV at The RooBar in Plymouth on Wednesday, July 7th with host, Comedian Dave Russo. The proud sponsor of the episode is Magners Irish Cider. Get your tickets and join us for the Magners Party! Dave will highlight the best of Boston, from the talent pool of performers and guests at the Plymouth Rock Comedy Festival. This is your chance to be in the spotlight! Episode will air on July 17th. Join us for a great night of comedy and come down to the RooBar.
Host, Dave Russo received national attention when he beat out over 5,000 entertainers in 10 major cities to be a part of the E! Entertainment Network’s 10 episode series “The Entertainer” and was named Best New Comic at the First Boston International Comedy Festival. Dave will profile Hollywood Film Producer, Kris Meyer and Comedians Tony V and Al Ducharme. Live hysterical comedy, Magners Irish Cider Sampling, the Cougar Den and more will also be included in the episode!
This episode will be taped during the Raw Comedy…Laughter on the Half Shell event during the Plymouth Rock Comedy Festival. Guests are invited to enjoy Dinner and a Show hosted by Dave Russo, with performers Al Ducharme, Bernadette Pauley, Christine Hurley and Jessica Casciano. Dinner begins at 7:00pm and the show starts at 8:30pm. The RooBar has put together a 3 course menu specifically for these events, including some new and exciting dishes. For a complete menu call the RooBar at (508) 746-4300 or visit them at 10 Cordage Park in Plymouth.
Tickets are on sale now: $40 for dinner and the show or $18 for just the show. Visit www.PlymouthRockComedyFestival.com for tickets or call the Loretta LaRoche Productions box office at (508) 747-1340.
For more information on the Plymouth Rock Comedy Festival please visit www.PlymouthRockComedyFestival.com . Join our mailing list, check out sponsorship opportunities, purchase tickets and see a complete festival schedule. For more information on Loretta LaRoche Productions and future events please visit www.LorettaLaRocheProductions.com.
About Loretta LaRoche Productions
Since being founded in 1998, by Erik Christensen, MBA, LLP opened with the conviction to Empower, Entertain and Enlighten. LLP takes pride in knowing that we have successfully serviced fortune 500 companies and several thousands of clients and speakers. Since its inception, Loretta LaRoche Productions has had a strong handle on precision and focus when finding the right keynote speaker or entertainer for any event or budget. LLP focuses on three individual divisions. A Speakers Bureau, Concert Productions and Event Planning which includes fundraising, festivals and business expos.
About Plymouth Rock Comedy Festival
Plymouth Rock Comedy Festival was founded by Loretta LaRoche Productions for the love of capturing and celebrating the gift of laughter, which Empowers, Enlightens and Entertains a community. The PRCF stitches together the best of Stand -Up Comedy and Independent Comedic Short film-making talents and showcases them in unity in Plymouth, Mass. The PRCF is working in partnership with many outstanding Plymouth venues to benefit Plimoth Plantation and Project Joy, an organization that works to strengthen children through play, and dedicated to the healthy development of the nation’s poorest and most vulnerable children.
About Magners Irish Cider
Refreshing Taste with an Authentic Irish Heritage Just in Time for Summer
Magners has a crisp, refreshing taste with a great balance of sweet and tart flavors. It has been produced since 1935. Traditional cider-making skills are still used today in the production of Magners Irish Cider, including the very same presses that were used to make Magners 70 years ago. It is this heritage and dedication to quality that has made Magners an overwhelming success in Ireland, Great Britain and around the world. Magners is made from juice derived from 17 varieties of apples that are specifically chosen for cider production. You’ll likely see Magners being served “over ice” a popular Irish tradition that has caught on in the states. More information about Magners can be found at www.Magners.com.