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Eugene Mirman brings comedy festival to Boston

Mettie Ostrowski

Former Lexington High School student and famous comedian Eugene Mirman brought his Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival from New York to the Boston area over the weekend. Friends who performed during events included Bobcat Goldthwait, H. Jon Benjamin, and Kristen Schaal (right) of “The Daily Show,” all of whom performed as part of the “Pretty Good Friends” show at the Wilbur Theatre on Friday night. The festival was set to wind up Sunday night with “Wesley Stace’s Cabinet of Wonders,” a show at the Sinclair featuring writers, comedians, and musicians such as Stace, Tanya Donelly, Steve Almond, and Buffalo Tom’s Bill Janovitz.

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