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Alex Carabaño

Alex Carabaño

Caitlin Peluffo

Caitlin Peluffo

Joe Vecsey

Joe Vecsey

Tino Romero

Tino Romero BEATRICE LEBARGE

authorStaff Writer on Mar 14, 2020

Bay Street Theater’s third installment of its All Star Comedy 10th anniversary season brings comedians Alex Carabaño, Caitlin Peluffo, and Tino Romero to the stage along with host Joseph Vecsey on Friday, March 20, at 8 p.m. Carabaño, winner of the second season of BET’s “Apollo Live” at the Apollo Theater, has participated in the New Year’s Eve Comedy Festival in New York, in addition to comedy festivals in Boston and San Diego. He’s been featured on Sirius XM’s “Paid Or Pain,” Caribbean TV’s “Island Xclusive,” and has performed a comedy tour of the Seychelles with Comedy Central’s Tony Woods.

Peluffo, a San Francisco native, ditched the West Coast for Brooklyn and used her studies in performative video art to take her talents to the comedy stage. She has opened for comedians like Maria Bamford, Gilbert Gottfried, and Colin Quinn, and has been featured at the New York Comedy Club and other venues nationwide. Alongside Emily Winter, she co-produces “KAREN,’ a monthly comedy show at Precious Metal Bar in Brooklyn, and recently participated in “The Breakout Artist Series” for Caroline’s on Broadway.

Romero isn’t so much a regular of the New York City comedy scene as he is an embodiment of it. He frequents such venues as the Greenwich Village Comedy Club, The Grisly Pear, and The Broadway Comedy Club and has recently played host for the “Love To Laff Valentine’s Day Comedy Show” at the Brooklyn House of Comedy.

This show is presented as part of Hamptons Arts Network’s 2020 “Thaw Fest.” Tickets are $30 ($40 day of the show) at baystreet.org or 631-725-9500.

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