Maine Event Comedy presents Boston comedian Jordan Handren-Seavey at Somerset Abbey, Friday, August 11 at 7 p.m. The show will also feature Greg Boggis, Mike Gray, and host Mark Turcotte.

Originally from Maine, Handren-Seavey’s approach integrates both personal storytelling and social commentary. He won ImprovBoston’s StandUp ThrowDown, Dick Doherty’s Beantown Comedy Riot, and Portland’s Funniest Professional contest. He served as Comic in Residence for The Comedy Studio and has opened for several noteworthy comedians including Greg Fitzsimmons, Doug Stanhope, and Louis Ramey.

Boggis hails from Milford, NH and has taken his casual blend of current events and unique observations to comedy clubs, colleges, benefits and corporate shows across the country. He hosts his own television show, ‘The Boggis Hour’, which features guests from the world of comedy and beyond.

Gray is quickly making a name for himself in the Portland scene, dispelling preconceived notions about his appearance while shedding light on a variety objectionable topics.

Turcotte was selected for the Boston, Cleveland and North Carolina comedy festivals and will soon make his national television debut on AXS TV’s ‘Gotham Comedy Live’.

Tickets are $10 and may be purchased at or at Pizzarama in Madison. The show is for ages 16-plus and will contain adult language and content. Attendees under age 18 need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Food, soft drinks, beer, and wine will be available for purchase. Somerset Abbey is located at 98 Main Street, Madison. FMI call (207) 696-5800.