A festival set in the cold winter months on Cape Cod? It is enough to make one laugh, which is precisely the goal of the event’s director Gary Marino.
Written by John Watters February 03, 2012
Where all the flakes are on the stage
If you’re getting a wee bit tired of hanging around the house on Saturday night, you might want to check out the annual winter entertainment series at the Cape Codder Resort on Route 132 in Hyannis. It’s three solid months of assorted Friday and Saturday night comedy shows, hypnotists, magicians, musical reviews and interactive theater. The performers are all nationally and regionally known entertainers, and the evening’s package can be combined with a very nice buffet dinner for a complete night out.
World Gone Crazy Band due at Cape Codder Resort
BARNSTABLE PATRIOT NEWSPAPER-Friday, March 25, 2011
RAZZIN’RHYTHM – Comics and drummers need great timing, and that’s what Gary Marino brings to the World Gone Crazy Band. They’ll play the Cape Codder Resort and Spa April 9.
One of the great attributes of having a year-round resort such as the Cape Codder on Route 132 in Hyannis is the ability to catch entertainment acts that you’d otherwise have travel over the bridge to see. Such is the case April 9, when the World Gone Crazy Band, the Comedic Rock & Roll Circus, bounds onto the dinner theater stage.
Billed at New England’s first comedy band,
By: Chris Kazarian, October 19, 2012
Comedy comes in all shapes and sizes, ranging from traditional stand-up to improv to musical parody. Tonight and tomorrow night, local audiences will have a chance to sample one or all as part of the first-ever Cape Cod Comedy Festival at the Sea Crest Beach Hotel.
The event is the brainchild of Gary Marino, owner of the Burlington-based production company Harmon-Marino Entertainment, with the goal of exposing fans of comedy to rising talent who honed their craft in Massachusetts.