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This appeared on the internet today:a blog about Myq by comedy writer-about Sean McCarthy.
Also this appeared in the paper AND internet today (double fancy):a brief blurb about Myq by comedy writer-about Nick Zaino.
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Myq competed in the finals of the Boston Comedy Festival this weekend.
He came in second place. He is happy.
Here is something that Bostonist.com said about Myq’s performance in his preliminary round: “Kaplan was going in as a local favorite, and he definitely exhibited one of the most polished stage presences of the night.”
Here is something that Bostonist.com said about Myq’s performance in the finals: “Bostonist Honorable Mentions go to Myq Kaplan and Robert Mac. Judging from the applause streaming Kaplan’s way, either he brought a busload of friends, or he is one of the most beloved comedians in this city. He also deserves propers for cooking up some of the most clever jokes of the night.”
(a little passive aggressive, but mostly nice… thanks, Bostonist)
PS There were over 700 people in the audience. So even a busload of people would only have been a small fraction thereof, as most buses fit what, like 50 people? (I don’t know much about bus math.)