Boston Comics with headliner Jimmy Cash, featuring Joe Espi and Jayson Martin

Jimmy Cash draws from his experience as a father of a teenage daughter, an uncertain amount of stepchildren, sobriety and 18 years as a public school janitor.

“I got the job when I was 20 years old,” Cash said. “I took the exam, there used to be an entrance exam, and I aced it, and I thought, ‘You know what? I’ll do this for maybe six months ’til I figure things out’. And here we are, almost 20 years later. I just fell in love with it.”

By day, Cash works at a Worcester elementary school. By night, he’s a stand-up comedian with a growing following on social media. Cash said he always wanted to do something with comedy, and it all started when he heard about taking a stand-up class.

“I was working nights, so I just put it off,” he said. “I thought I’d never be able to do it. And then finally when I got the day shift, I was like, ‘You know what? I think I could do comedy now’. So, I just started doing it and the worlds collided, and that’s how we got here, to the ‘Janitah with Stamina.’”

Cash can be seen performing stand up at night as way to stay grounded. He has worked with some of the biggest acts in comedy and currently opens for comedian Bob Marley, and is the recent winner of Last Comix Standing 2021, held at Mohegan Sun.

Joe Espi’s self deprecating style along with his heavy sarcasm has made him a local favorite. Audiences enjoy how he jabs at his childhood, dysfunctional family, and disastrous dates. People seem to relate to his blue-collar humor and his ability to be the punch-line of a joke.