Tom Dustin

Sunday, Feb 25, 2018 at 7:30pm

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nIn hIn his first year doing stand-up, Tom Dustin won the Sam Adams Comedy Contest, beating out more thaIn his first year doing stand-up, Tom Dustin won the Sam Adams Comedy Contest, beating out more than 50 comics and discovering a taste for Sam Adams. Since then, he’s toured the nation, working alongside some of the nation’s top acts like Nick Dipaolo, Jim Norton, Dave Attell, Doug Stanhope and Jim Breuer. 




At home, Tom has been a staple at the Boston Comedy Festival and a respected figure in the Boston comedy scene. Onstage, Tom's unmatched likeability allows him to push comedy to its limit without fear. Offstage, he’s a mean, self-hating manic-depressive who unsuccessfully tries to be a good person up to two days per week.

At home, Tom has been a staple at the Boston Comedy Festival and a respected figure in the Boston comedy scene. Onstage, Tom's unmatched likeability allows him to push comedy to its limit without fear. Offstage, he’s a mean, self-hating manic-depressive who unsuccessfully tries to be a good person up to two days per week.IIn his first year doing stand-up, Tom Dustin won the Sam Adams Comedy Contest, beating out more than 50 comics and discovering a taste for Sam Adams. Since then, he’s toured the nation, working alongside some of the nation’s top acts like Nick Dipaolo, Jim Norton, Dave Attell, Doug Stanhope and Jim Breuer. 

In his first year doing stand-up, Tom Dustin won the Sam Adams Comedy Contest, beating out more than 50 comics and discovering a taste for Sam Adams. Since then, he’s toured the nation, working alongside some of the nation’s top acts like Nick Dipaolo, Jim Norton, Dave Attell, Doug Stanhope and Jim Breuer. 



At home, Tom has been a staple at the Boston Comedy Festival and a respected figure in the Boston comedy scene. Onstage, Tom's unmatched likeability allows him to push comedy to its limit without fear. Offstage, he’s a mean, self-hating manic-depressive who unsuccessfully tries to be a good person up to two days per week.


At home, Tom has been a staple at the Boston Comedy Festival and a respected figure in the Boston comedy scene. Onstage, Tom's unmatched likeability allows him to push comedy to its limit without fear. Offstage, he’s a mean, self-hating manic-depressive who unsuccessfully tries to be a good person up to two days per week.In his first year doing stand-up, Tom Dustin won the Sam Adams Comedy Contest, beating out more than 50 comics and discovering a taste for Sam Adams. Since then, he’s toured the nation, working alongside some of the nation’s top acts like Nick Dipaolo, Jim Norton, Dave Attell, Doug Stanhope and Jim Breuer. 




At home, Tom has been a staple at the Boston Comedy Festival and a respected figure in the Boston comedy scene. Onstage, Tom's unmatched likeability allows him to push comedy to its limit without fear. Offstage, he’s a mean, self-hating manic-depressive who unsuccessfully tries to be a good person up to two days per week.n his first year doing stand-up, Tom Dustin won the Sam Adams Comedy Contest, beating out more than 50 comics and discovering a taste for Sam Adams. Since then, he’s toured the nation, working alongside some of the nation’s top acts like Nick Dipaolo, Jim Norton, Dave Attell, Doug Stanhope and Jim Breuer. 




At home, Tom has been a staple at the Boston Comedy Festival and a respected figure in the Boston comedy scene. Onstage, Tom's unmatched likeability allows him to push comedy to its limit without fear. Offstage, he’s a mean, self-hating manic-depressive who unsuccessfully tries to be a good person up to two days per week. In his first year doing stand-up, Tom Dustin won the Sam Adams Comedy Contest, beating out more than 50 comics and discovering a taste for Sam Adams. Since then, he’s toured the nation, working alongside some of the nation’s top acts like Nick Dipaolo, Jim Norton, Dave Attell, Doug Stanhope and Jim Breuer. 




At home, Tom has been a staple at the Boston Comedy Festival and a respected figure in the Boston comedy scene. Onstage, Tom's unmatched likeability allows him to push comedy to its limit without fear. Offstage, he’s a mean, self-hating manic-depressive who unsuccessfully tries to be a good person up to two days per week.his first year doing stand-up, Tom Dustin won the Sam Adams Comedy Contest, beating out more than 50 comics and discovering a taste for Sam Adams. Since then, he’s toured the nation, working alongside some of the nation’s top acts like Nick Dipaolo, Jim Norton, Dave Attell, Doug Stanhope and Jim Breuer. 



At home, Tom has been a staple at the Boston Comedy Festival and a respected figure in the Boston comedy scene. Onstage, Tom's unmatched likeability allows him to push comedy to its limit without fear. Offstage, he’s a mean, self-hating manic-depressive who unsuccessfully tries to be a good person up to two days per week. 

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