PITTSFIELD -- At 8 tonight, The Laugh Lounge at Spice Dragon, 297 North St., will highlight four longtime comics who have made the Berkshires their base of operations for many years.
Doors open for seating at 7.
The featured comics are:
n Eric Nottke, a former comedy show producer and production manager for Mass MoCA;
n Seth Brown, longtime North Adams Transcript and now, Berkshire Eagle humor columnist;
n Mark Jagiello, an accomplished comedian and veteran drummer for the Berkshires-based punk band, The Damaged;
n and Thomas Attila Lewis, producer and performer at comedy shows and festivals all over the region, as well as New York City, Los Angeles, and New Orleans.
The lineup for this uncensored adult night of comedy will be supplemented by special guests from the region, Central Massachusetts, Connecticut, and beyond, among them Bos-
ton Comedy Festival’s Rick Canavan.
The show will be hosted by Ron Werth, who got his start performing comedy two years ago at the Happy Fun Time Show in Lenox.
The Laugh Lounge is an independent Berkshires comedy showcase featuring comedians ranging from Dan St. Germain (Variety Magazine’s Top Ten Comedians to Watch in 2013) to Jessimae Peluso (MTV’s "Girl Code"), to Mike Hanley (NBC’s "Today Show"), and Rain Pryor (playwright, daughter of comedy legend Richard Pryor), among others,
This show is for persons 18 years and up.
Tickets are available at the door.