An article published by 'Newsday' featuring The Long Island Comedy Festival.
Seeming relaxed on stage, McKenna blasted into a set that was even-flowing and keen to the struggles of being a Long Islander. Immediately tapping into locals’ frustrations, he went on to say it took him over five hours to drive to The Paramount even at less than ten miles away. Going on to poke fun of himself, McKenna made light of living in his parents basement, attending Community College, and having issues finding a girlfriend at online dating sites. Very smooth in his delivery, he easily transitioned from talking about relationship expectations to the awkwardness of public breastfeeding. Keeping the audience laughing, McKenna was a hit as an opener directly segueing into Breuer moments later.
Performing at Turningstone Casino.