Comedian Dan Frigolette, who graduated from Baldwinsville High School, discusses his career in comedy, his influences, upcoming Holiday shows and the Hoboken Comedy Festival.
Along with homeboys Dan Frigolette (Baldwinsville High grad) and Moody McCarthy (Corcoran High grad), Jessimae Peluso (Henniger High grad) turned the Friday before Christmas at Justin’s Grill into a laugh factory.
I saw Frigolette and McCarthy when the visited for a show last year and again they delivered laughs from the moment they hit the stages. This was the first time I’d seen Peluso, as well as the MC Yannis Pappas however, and they were comical. I particuarly enjoyed when they each hurled hilarious verbal assaults at a lone (female) heckler to the delight of the packed crowd.
Some of humorous anecdotes also included Peluso calling Match.com her new mealplan and McCarthy’s revelation on the availability of real fruit cobbler(s).
Central New Yorkers turned New York City comics Moody McCarthy and Dan Frigolette came home to the Jazz Central stage last night for two shows.
McCarthy took a satirical view of his alma mater’s mascot (Moody’s a Corcoran alum) and family gift giving, while Frigolette (an SU grad) engaged the crowd about the chances of a Jersey guy picking up women from Manhattan and a comedian’s limitations in hierarchy of show business.
MC for the show was ESM grad Justin Taylor.