Mar 10 2022
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Join us on March 10 for an evening of laughs from local comedians on the BeatBox Stage. No need to purchase tickets, this show is free to the public! Doors open at 7:30p and the show starts at 8p!

Disclaimer: This SoapBox performance is rated PG-18.

About SoapBox:

SoapBox is a recurring event at Boxyard RTP that features different art forms. Watch along as performers from the realms of comedy, spoken word, storytelling and beyond get up on their SoapBox.

The Lineup: 

Ebony Jenkins

Ebony, comedian, singer, songwriter, and improviser. A local Durhamite. She can be seen at mics around the Triangle area and is a regular at The ComedyWorx in Raleigh. She was last seen performing, then she went back inside. IG: @ebonysingsfunny


Jim Payne

Jim Payne, Senior Citizen, Retired, voted 2021 Raleigh Comedy wards Most Likely to Go Overtime and Be Pushed Off Stage. Funny specializing in bowel movements, death and taxes. IG: Too old for IG

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Leslie Kirk

Only ever found at an open mic but loves watching others bomb. Leslie can always find the audience dumbfounded at her next move one stage. She hosted Soapbox Comedy once and is excited to be back for a set on January 15th. IG: @les_lie_95


Freddy Valoy

Nerd by day, Comedy Rat by night! Freddy is one of Triangle’s favorite faces in the comedy scene. His style consists of character work, satirical inflictions, and improvised comedy. Freddy, like everyone else, is a producer of two absorbing podcasts: FredTalk and World Local News. IG: @freddyvaloy

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Headliner: Matt White

Matt White is a class clown success story. He went from distracting classmates to engaging audiences. Winner of “NC Funniest Person” 2020, Carolina’s Funniest Comic 2013, & Port City’s Top Comic 2012. Matt’s Mission is to find the funny in every situation life throws his way. IG:@mdubcomedy

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Host: Amir Shamsuddin



Covid Precautions:

– Boxyard RTP is an open-air facility that will continue to follow in accordance with all Covid-19 regulations put in place by Durham County. Masks are optional at Boxyard, but individual vendor policies may vary. We recommend bringing a mask with you. Stay kind to those who choose to still wear one.
– In addition to regular cleanings, hand sanitizer stations are provided throughout our facility.
– Our tables are spaced out, so you do not feel right on top of your neighbor.

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