What can I say, other than WOW! We booked Rick and his two pals for our fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club, and they were absolutely phenomenal! I have heard absolutely nothing but positive from everyone involved, and was told by several people the night of the show that we need to do the event again (look for Comedy for a Cause part 2 sometime next year). Rick was extremely easy to get ahold of, and was always just an email or phone call away. Anytime I had a question, he was there to answer it for me. If you're looking for a very affordable, VERY funny night of comedy, Rick March is your guy!
He has performed at clubs and parties across the country and has contributed to MAD Magazine. The founder of Best Comedy Roasts and its 'Roastmaster', Ricky leads the team into all of its roasting adventures.
Rick March or Aric, to the people whom he owes money to, has always been a wise guy (not Soprano style either).
When kids watched cartoons, Rick favored Burns and Allen reruns. When the Beatles were taking over America, Rick spun Bill Cosby and Allen Sherman records.
When Rick was a disk jockey in Syracuse, he first introduced the public to his menagerie of accents. He recorded voice over commercials for bug spray and wrote and produced a radio show called The World According to Myron Putchnick.
A couple of decades and a lot of laughs later, he's back on stage. From Zanies to The Comedy Store to anyone who will listen, Rick slings his sarcastic barbs and observations on the inane to make fun of everything stupid and everyone too serious about life