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    Keith Alberstadt

    Presented by at Laugh Boston

    August 28 - August 30, 2014


    Keith Alberstadt

     Keith Alberstadt is a nationally-touring comedian making new fans wherever he performs. His likable personality and down-to-earth charm invite people into his brand of humor — one that is smart but not brainy and relatable but not hacky.

    Keith has appeared twice on The Late Show with David Letterman, and has been featured on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing,” CMT’s “Greatest Redneck Moments” and “Funniest Video Countdown,” and CNN Headline News’ “Not Just Another Cable News Show.”

    He is in his fifth season as a contributing writer for Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update. He has also contributed to Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, National Lampoon’s “Sports Minute or So,” and various online magazines.

    With Comics on Duty, Keith has made seven tours to the Middle East to perform for U.S. and British troops. He is also a highly requested act for corporate functions and charity fundraisers.

    Truly believing that sarcasm is a universal language, Keith delivers a style that is charming, playful, and easy to rally around. He can be heard regularly on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom Show, the John Boy and Billy Show, and the Rick and Bubba show, and his two CDs, One Night Stand and It’s Pronounced Jenkins, are in steady rotation on every comedy channel on Sirius/XM Radio.

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    Laugh Boston suggests street parking, as it is located at the corner of Summer Street and D street, both of which have plenty of meters. It also validates for parking inside of the hotel.

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