Upcoming Comedy Shows


An Evening with Nick Di Paolo with Steve Trevelise 

Tickets $25.00 

Nick Di Paolo – one of the few right-leaning stand-up comedians in our country – host of the Nick Di Paolo podcast and feature performer on The Comedy Central Roasts, The Tonight Show & Louis CK’s “Louie” brings his world-class stand-up comedy to The Brook Arts Center in Bound Brook, NJ at 8pm on March 2nd.
In this day of watered down comedy Nick Di Paolo’s brutally honest performances remind us of what great stand up should be – funny, socially relevant and a little bit reckless. While 95% of stand-up comedians are liberal, Nick leans the other way and is unafraid and unapologetic.
His strong political opinions and razor wit make him a perfect fit for talk radio. He hosted his own show on New York’s 92.3 Free FM, co-hosted “The Nick & Artie Show” and presently hosts “The Nick Di Paolo Podcast”.
He has performed on The Tonight Show, Late Night with David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and Conan O’ Brien. He was twice nominated for an Emmy for his writing on HBO’s The Chris Rock Show. He has also had three half hour standup specials on Comedy Central, a Showtime Special “Raw Nerve”, a self released special “Another Senseless Killing” and most recently “Inflammatory”. He was one of the stars on Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn and a stand out on many Comedy Central Roasts.
Not limited to stand-up, radio and writing, he has had acting roles on FX’s Louie, Inside Amy Schumer, The Sopranos, Cop Show and CK’s critically acclaimed Horace and Pete as well as many other sitcoms.
Opening the show will be Steve Trevelise who in addition to his stand-up comedy shows can be heard talking Jersey on New Jersey 101.5 or sports on Sportsradio 94 WIP.
Tickets for Nick Di Paolo’s performance are just $25 and can be purchased at www.SarcasmComedy.com or by calling 1-732-SARCASM.



When he’s not talking Jersey on New Jersey 101.5 or sports on Sportsradio 94 WIP, Steve tours the tri state area making fun of those things as well as his life, your liberty and our pursuit of happiness.
Included among the many people he’s opened for are Artie Lange, Robert Klein, Pat Cooper, Gilbert Gottfried, and the late Richard Jeni and Bill Hicks.


Brook Arts Center

10 Hamilton Street

Bound Brook, NJ 08805