Maine’s own Pooler performed at the Franco Center last year, and she had the audience in stitches from her very first joke. In the tradition of Lucille Ball, Phyllis Diller and Carol Burnett, Pooler possesses a care-free, spontaneous, devil-may-care silliness that knows no bounds and accents the absurdity of everyday life. It was as if destiny had scripted her comic role through years of training: growing up in a Maine trailer park, working at McDonald’s in high school, a stint as a “hairipist,” cosmetologist, wife, mother, and finally as a marketing guru. Any one of those jobs is rife with comedy material – put them all together and you’ve enough material to keep ’em laughing for hours.

Proctor is a Boston-based comedian who has traveled everywhere from Las Vegas to Afghanistan to perform comedy. He recently performed to rave reviews at the prestigious Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, was featured on the Today Show, and finished up his second season of NESN’s Comedy All-Stars.

Boston comedian Noonan was recently named a “2013 Comic to Watch” by The Boston Globe Magazine. He has been featured as a comic on MTV’s “FNMTV” and his bits are regularly played on XM Radio’s comedy channels. He has also told a story on NPR’s weekly program, This American Life. His podcast, “High Pathetically with Will Noonan,” has huge download numbers, and Noonan has performed at many of New York’s and New England’s finest comedy clubs, theaters, casinos, and college campuses.

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