Cabin Fever Alumni Madison Shepard Madison Shepard is a stand-up comedian, writer, and actor from Los Angeles, CA. She has opened for Maria Bamford, Al Jackson, and Colin Kane. Her stand-up has been featured on Funny or Die, Buzzfeed, Refinery 29, and WhoHaHa. At the start of 2020, Madison headlined at comedy venues such as DNA’s Comedy Lab, Dallas Comedy House, Tacoma Comedy Club, and The Siren Theater. She was recently seen in a small role in the Comedy Central show: "The New Negroes". She is also in College Humor’s new web series, “Kingpin Katie” and a show streaming on Amazon Prime, “Empty Space”. Madison has also been a panelist for FOX's "Empire: Pre-Show". In the Fall of 2018, she wrote, produced, and starred in two animated shorts which will debut as a part of Comedy Central Digital's “Saturday Morning-ish Cartoon” series. Her debut comedy album "Goodnight Silverlake Lounge" is available to stream wherever you listen to comedy. Ashley Hamilton Ashley is a stand up comedian and writer based on New York. Her work has been featured in BuzzFeed, vulture, and The AV Club and she currently hosts a podcast called Gushers available on iTunes and Spotify. Dash Kwiatkowski Dash Kwiatkowski (They/Them) is an Asian-American non-binary stand up comic, voice actor, and podcaster. They're the DM of your 4th favorite dungeons and dragons podcast, Lost in the Multiverse, and the co-host of your first favorite free psychic advice podcast Psychic Friendz. You might have seen them at any number of comedy festivals around this terrible country, but you also might not have, and you shouldn't feel bad about that. They have voiced a lot of silly nonsense on youtube dot com, and more than anything they'd like to be Pokémon world champion. Mary Radzinski Mary is a regular feature at Helium, Goodnights, Cap City, and Punch Line comedy clubs. She's been fortunate to frequently open for comics including; Marc Maron, Dave Attell, Jim Norton, and Sarah Colonna, along with many other national acts. She opened for Jim Norton's "Contextually Inadequate" comedy special taping at the Somerville Theater, as well as Rosie O'Donnell's most recent HBO comedy special at Levity Live. Mary can also be seen on TruTV's new series, Greatest Ever. Her debut comedy album, "Discomfortable", is available on all streaming platforms. Sampson McCormick Sampson McCormick is an experience. A down to earth comedic force of nature and one of the most in demand voices of comedy for two decades. He’s appeared on BET, TV One, FOX Soul, VICELAND and the Oscar nominated indie short “I Live Here”. Rosa Escandón Rosa Escandón is a New York-based writer and comedian. She’s been seen on Buzzfeed Video, DAZN, Seriously.TV, and been called a comic to watch by Vulture. She has served on the board of Cinder Block Comedy Festival and is a proud alumna of Bloomers: All Female Sketch Comedy. She joined the board of the Black Women in Comedy Festival for its inaugural year. She is a member of the sketch troupe, Infinite Sketch.She has been an editor at the Tusk and a writer for Laughspin. She is a current contributor to Forbes and just started a crafting newsletter. Randall Otis Randall Otis is a writer at The Daily Show with Trevor Noah and recently recorded his TV debut for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. He has appeared in VICE, The New Yorker and The Huffington Post. Mary Houlihan Mary Houlihan is a comedian, writer, artist, and animator based in NYC. She has appeared on The Chris Gethard Show, Difficult People, and Broad City, and has written for The New Yorker and McSweeney's. She created the paintings for Joe Pera Talks With You on Adult Swim, and writes Mary Houlihan's Li'l Zine, a monthly print magazine available at patreon.com/maryhoulihan. She has a buncha web series and stuff you can see at linktr.ee/maryhoulie. Bryan Yang Bryan Yang is a stand-up comedian based in New York City. Bryan was named one of BuzzFeed’s “Top 14 Comedians You Should Be Paying Attention To” and appeared in Paste Magazine’s “Stand-Up at the Paste Studio.” Bryan was a semifinalist for the StandUpNBC showcase and has performed at the Bridgetown, Limestone, and New York Comedy Festivals. Most recently, Bryan was selected to participate in NBC’s Late-Night Writers Workshop. He has also been featured in The New York Times, Time Out New York, Vulture, and HuffPo. Atsuko Okatsuka Atsuko Okatsuka is a Los Angeles-based comedian who hosts the hit live show and weekly podcast, Let's Go Atsuko! She was named a "Comedian To Watch" by Vulture in 2018 & in TimeOut Los Angeles in 2019, and just recently released her debut album with Comedy Dynamics entitled "But I Control Me." Amy Miller Amy Miller was one of Comedy Central’s “Up Next” comics for 2018, and was a breakout favorite in Season 9 of Last Comic Standing. Her Comedy Central Presents set has been viewed over 3 million times on Youtube and Facebook. She was also a featured comic on Viceland's Flophouse. On Last Comic Standing, Keenen Ivory Wayans said she had one of the “fiercest jokes he had ever heard.” Originally from the East Bay, Amy found her comedy chops in Oakland and is still a regular at the SF Punch Line and Cobb’s Comedy Club. Her material is personal, political, and 100% authentic. The Laugh Button says “She found a wildly creative way to find empowerment while simultaneously sparking laughter” and Courting Comedy says “Miller juxtaposes an unassuming demeanor with unflinching assurance.” After a move to Portland in 2012, Amy quickly rose to the top of the Pacific Northwest comedy scene, winning Portland’s Funniest in Helium's 2015 contest, as well as being voted Portland’s Funniest Comedian for 2013 and 2015 in the Willamette Week. She was the first woman to win each position and the only one to win all three. Amy’s debut album Solid Gold is available on Kill Rock Stars, and was named one of the top 10 comedy albums of 2016 by the Interrobang. You may have also seen Amy on Viceland or heard her on Sirius XM, NPR, Doug Loves Movies, The Adam Carolla Show, The Bennington Show, Put Your Hands Together, All Fantasy Everything, Keith and the Girl, or her own podcast "Who's Your God?." Amy is a nationally touring festival and comedy club headliner, and she has performed in the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, SxSW, the High Plains Comedy Fest, Laughing Skull, Big Sky, San Francisco Sketchfest, the Bumbershoot Festival and more. Sarah J. Halstead Sarah J. Halstead is an actor and comedian. Native of Flint, Michigan, Sarah moved to New York shortly after high school, landing plum roles in theatre productions and network daytime dramas. She's appeared in over 90 commercials, along with a slew of guest-star roles in both film and television. Sarah's comedy special RVs and Cats is available on Amazon Prime and her comedy album is available on Apple Music, Spotify and iTunes. She performs regularly at Los Angeles' Laugh Factory, The Comedy Store, Hollywood Improv, and Flappers Comedy Club. Sonal Aggarwal Former international street performer turned emcee turned stand-up comedian, Sonal Aggarwal is now based in Chicago. She is an actor, comedian, writer and producer. She is a regular host of the Moth, and she has performed stand up in Spanish. You can hear about the unexpected series of events that brought her to the world of stand up on her podcast, Rani Rage Radio. Yedoye Travis Yedoye Travis is a stand up comedian, actor, and writer from Atlanta, GA. He is the creator and host of the Dark Tank podcast, which AV Club called “one of the most deliciously daring shows of the moment,” and producer/host of Crunchyroll's first serialized podcast, Anime in America. He was named a New Face at the Montreal Just For Laughs festival in 2017 and has since headlined festivals around the country and appeared on Comedy Central, TBS, CBS, and Netflix and written for MTV, IFC, Viceland, and Frederator. His debut album, OK, produced by Comedy Dynamics, was released January 2018. Sharup Karim Sharup Karim is a nationally performing South Asian American standup comedian based in Chicago and a Features Contributor for The Onion. In June 2019 he was selected as a featured performer at the NBC Break Out Festival at Second City. In the past he has performed at House of Blues Chicago, The Laugh Factory, Zanies, The Comedy Bar, and has been featured at LaughFest Grand Rapids, the Milwaukee Comedy Festival, the Flyover Comedy Festival in St. Louis, the Solocom Festival in New York City, and the world-renowned Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland. He performed regularly on the Outcasted Comedy Tour which has opened to sold-out shows in multiple cities across the US including two sold-out shows at the Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago and most recently at Stanford University. Gianmarco Soresi Gianmarco Soresi's stand up has been featured on Netflix's Bonding, Real Housewives of New York, and he was the winner of Amazon's Comics Watching Comics Season 8. He played "Man in Glasses" in Hustlers opposite J-Lo, "Bored Hipster" in The Last OG opposite Tracy Morgan, and his character has an actual name in the upcoming Billy Crystal/Tiffany Haddish movie Here Today. Sofiya Alexandra Sofiya is a writer and comedian who grew up in Odessa, Ukraine, and moved to Los Angeles at the age of 11. You might have seen her on Comedy Central’s This Is Not Happening talking about her grandpa’s dick surgery while using some colorful Russian. Her first album Father’s Day came out this summer and was #1 on iTunes. Sofiya’s written on Amazon’s Danger & Eggs, an Emmy-winning animated series starring SNL’s Aidy Bryant. She’s been featured as a standup at Limestone, Laughing Skull, Women in Comedy, Out of Bounds, and many other comedy festivals. She tours all over the US performing standup and has opened for Beth Stelling, Emily Heller, and Nicole Byer. She currently co-hosts two podcasts – 420 Day Fiance, a half-gameshow/half-recap of the show 90 Day Fiance for iHeart Radio, and Private Parts Unknown, a comedy-travel podcast that uncovers stories about love and sexuality around the world. Her advice on sex and travel has been featured in Rolling Stone, Men’s Health, SHAPE, and anywhere men need help fingering. Janice V Rodriguez Janice V Rodriguez, (first name rhymes with Denise because she likes to be difficult), is a Chicago based entrepreneur and comedian. When she's not slaving over an unnecessary spreadsheet or micromanaging others, she performs her unique brand of stand up across the Chicagoland area. Janice uses her experience as being the whitest Latina she knows and an at best average marriage partner to tell her side of the story. Janice aims to bring a fresh perspective to topics related to her culture, Indiana upbringing (Indiana+culture=oxymoron) and her professional and personal lives. She's also really tired. Janice regularly performs at Chicago area comedy and storytelling showcases and has performed at comedy clubs Zanies, Improv, The Drop (South Bend), Laugh Factory, Comedy Shrine and Jackie Knights (St. Augustine, FL). She has also been invited to perform at several comedy festivals such as Chicago Women's Funny Festival, SheDot (Toronto), Lady Laughs (Madison) and LaughFest (Grand Rapids). Janice is a founder and producer of Las Locas Comedy, a comedy showcase that features Latina/Latinx comedic talent and our favorite locas of any background. Chasity Washington Chastity is an HBO Comedy Wings Winner, a NBC Diversity Finalist, and has been featured on BET Comic View. Skyler Higley Skyler Higley is a writer and comedian based in Chicago Illinois who was one of New York Comedy Fest’s Comics to watch, and has written for ClickHole and The Onion Deanna Ortiz Deanna Ortiz is the host of the podcast Crushes! as well as The Drunk Cooking Show on YouTube. Deanna is a cast member of The Lincoln Lodge where she teaches stand-up classes and performs every weekend. She has been featured in independent shows, festivals and clubs all over the midwest and has opened for Matteo Lane, Guy Branum, Aparna Nancherla and Liza Treyger. Rachel Dunbar Rachel Dunbar is a Boston-Based comedian from Virginia. She started doing comedy in college in 2014. She has performed at venues all over Boston including Improv Boston, The Rozzie Square Theater, and the Comedy Studio. She is also a regular on the popular comedy debate show and podcast, Pick a Side, Stupid. You can catch her in Chicago in May 2021 at the Midwest Queer Comedy Festival. When she is not making people laugh, Rachel is doing God's work teaching in Boston Public Schools. Spark Tabor Comedian Spark Tabor is every bit as laid back and comfortable on stage as he is motivated and driven offstage. Spark Tabor has won the Funniest Person in Columbus contest and the title of Ohio's Best Amateur Comedian at the Funny Stop in Akron. He has appeared on Fox TV’s Laughs. He has also been accepted into multiple festivals, including the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival in Atlanta, Limestone Comedy Festival in Bloomington and the Women in Comedy Festival in Boston. Spark is also one of only a handful of comedians who have won both the amateur and professional divisions of Go Bananas Comedy Club's prestigious Funniest Person in Cincinnati Contest in consecutive years. Josh Gondelman Writer/co-Executive Producer on Desus and Mero.Podcast is Make My DayBook is Nice Try https://t.co/EFGpbAm9nZ?amp=1 Marilee For more than 10 years, Marilee has proven she’s an entertainer of limitless talent. From singer, songwriter to actress and comedian, she embodies what it truly means to be an entertainer. Born & raised on the Westside of Chicago, she began performing at 3 years. By age 16 she was performing as a demi-soloist with a professional dance company, “Fred Baker’s West Indian Folk Dance Company”. During that time she performed in more than 50 productions.After performing for more than 4 years with West Indian Folk Dance Company her passion for theater was ignited. Appearing in “The Wiz”, “Passion Play”, “Crossed” & many more. Marilee began performing as a comedian in September of 2010. Featured at “Jokes & Notes” “TBS Just For Laughs” “Dick Gregory & Friends” “Chicago Funny Women’s Festival” “Up Comedy Club” “The Second City” Marilee wrote, produced, & starred in her sold out, one woman show, “Marilee Live”. She dazzles audiences with her infectious smile & entertaining persona. Dario Durham Dario is the co-host of the podcast B Posi+ive: The Chicago Stories and his second collaborative comedy album, “Laughter Is Good for the Soul”, debuted on iTunes at #1!! Kelly Bachman Kelly Bachman is a comedian based in New York. Her show, “Rape Jokes by Survivors” was recently featured at New York Comedy Festival, and she currently has a podcast with National Lampoon called “Stupid Heavy. Jay Jurden Jay Jurden is a New York based comedian, writer and actor. Originally from Mississippi, Jay regularly performs comedy all over the country and has been seen on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Comedy Central Digital, and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. His debut album, Jay Jurden Y'all, debuted #1 on iTunes.Jay has written for Vulture, Teen Vogue, McSweeney's, The New Yorker, and Scruff's Hosting. He has been featured on MTV News' Need to Know. Film/TV credits include High Maintenance on HBO. Jay was selected as one of Just for Laughs Festival's New Faces 2019.Jay was selected as a Logo 30 honoree for 2020. Timeout New York named him one of the "Comedians to Watch in 2019." He is a 2018 StandUp NBC finalist alum. Steve Gerard Steve Gerard is an absurdist comedian from Chicago IL. His comedy has been described as strange landscapes across which stranger characters roam. He produces a monthly live alternative comedy show called Freakfest at the Hideout which occurs the last Monday of every month. Jes Tom Victoria Vincent Victoria Vincent is a Chicago comic from Columbus, Ohio. Just trying to be mistaken as Lizzo until she's famous. She is a producer for Naughty Thoughts Comedy at The Laugh Factory. She has performed at the Laugh Factory (Diamond Comedy Hour, Paid or Pain, Verified Laughs) and Second City (Chill AF). She also produces The Button Up Comedy Show at Celtic Crown. Tristan Smith If you think he's funny, laugh. Rebecca Rush Rebecca Rush is a comedian and writer who has appeared on Viceland and Funny or Die. She hosts The Vulnerability Show and Comic’s Book Club Podcast and is a regular contributor to Workit Health. Ginny Hogan Ginny is an LA-based writer and stand up comedian. Her book, Toxic Femininity in the Workplace, is available wherever you buy books. Katie Morrissey Katie is an animated comedian with a knack for delivering the unexpected. Most nights she is in New York City delivering her conversational comedy in shady comedy club basements. Featured recently in the 6th Borough Comedy Festival, Katie also produces an on-going show at the People's Improv Theater in NYC, and can be seen regularly at New York Comedy Club. Gracie Canaan Gracie is an NYC-based stand up comic and writer. Mohanad Elshieky Mohanad is a New York based comedian who made his national TV debut on Conan, has been featured on Comedy Central, and has toured with Pop Up Magazine. In 2018, he appeared in an episode of Epix’s “Unprotected Sets” and was listed as one of Thrillist’s 50 Best Undiscovered Comics.Mohanad, who is currently a digital producer on Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, has a special skill for making you laugh at the seemingly unlaughable. The Libyan-born comedian combines a deceptively laid-back demeanor with his whip-smart perspective on politics and culture. The Portland Mercury called him “an undisputed genius of comedy,” and he's been featured on podcasts such as Lovett or Leave It, Pod Save The People and Harmontown. Elshieky zeroes in on topics that seem off limits - then surprises you with how hard you’re laughing. Maya May Maya May is a writer and stand-up who used humor to navigate the awkwardness of growing up a black nerd and only child in suburban Chicago. She started standup in 2014, months after moving back to the US after 8 years abroad. Since then Maya has quickly become known for her smart, fun and socially conscious brand of humor - featuring and headlining at some of the country’s best independent showcases including Brooklyn’s Butterboy, Chicago’s Lincoln Lodge and Hollywood Improv’s Women Crush Wednesdays. With an undergrad in Political Science and an MFA in Creative Writing, Maya is a high-energy and positive performer, who keeps audiences engaged with carefully crafted jokes that combine her life experiences with observations on race, politics, class, and gender. She has performed at festivals (Boston Comedy Festival, Women in Comedy Festival, Lady Laughs, All Jane, Chicago Women’s Funny Festival), cubicles, and for all the cashiers at Trader Joes. Samantha Berkman Samantha is a Chicago-based stand up comedian and writer for The Take. Her weekly stand-up showcase, CAMP: A Comedy Show, was recently featured in Chicago Magazine, Time Out Chicago, and Vulture. She knows all the secrets in Super Mario World and live streams video games on her Twitch channel under the pseudonym Cigarettefartz. She is also the co-producer of New Player Has Entered the Show, which is a stand up comedy show and video game competition. Sabeen Sadiq Sabeen Sadiq is a Chicago based comedian who loves taking her car to different cities to perform stand up comedy. She developed her comedy chops in San Francisco, performing all over the Bay area at some hot spots including Cobbs Comedy Club and the San Jose Improv. She was recently a part of an 8 city tour called Wallah She's Funny, which raised thousands of dollars for charity.She's been in festivals including: the Muslim Funny Fest in NYC, the San Francisco Desi Comedy Fest, and the Chicago Women’s Funny Fest, to name a few.Currently Sabeen is a producer on the weekly comedy show Best Night Ever, and resides in Chicago where she is acting and performing stand-up all over the city. Jerry Tran Jerry Tran is a comedian based out of Chicago who has become a crowd favorite at clubs and shows around the country thanks to his meticulously crafted jokes and endearing stage presence. He has performed at numerous festivals such as the Cape Fear Comedy Festival in Wilmington, the Stand Up Showdown at the MI’s Westside Comedy Theater in Santa Monica, and the NBC Second City Break Out Comedy Festival. He is also a co-founder and producer of the long-running independent showcase, Tuxedo Cat Comedy, which happens every Thursday in one of Chicago’s most popular and colorful nightclubs, Beauty Bar, and was recently named one of the Eight North American Asian Comedians To Watch Out For by Cold Tea Collective. Caroline Twyman Caroline makes a living and also does stand up. She is winner of the tournament Late Late Breakfast, a founding member of the Diamond Comedy Hour at The Laugh Factory Chicago, and numerous other shows and mics.Caroline has opened for Pat McGann, and Hannibal Buress once told her "good set". She's written & performed for Montreal, Austin, and Chicago Sketchfests. Caroline's comedy has been featured in College Humor and Huffington Post. She spends her time living through this period in history. Amber Rollo Amber Rollo is a California girl who moved to New York in 2010. Her standup has a dark New York edge with a sunny California smile that makes her a joy to watch no matter the topic. She has earned the title “Downright Rude” by confronting Harvey Weinstein when he showed up at a variety show in Manhattan, HW’s spokesperson described her actions in that way and she has worn those words as a badge since. She was featured on Full Frontal With Samantha Bee and headlined at the New York Comedy Festival in 2019.She is a contributor at Reductress and has been published at Talkhouse Media, Ms. Magazine and Refinery 29. She is also the dummer for Boys Drool, they just released their first album in April of 2020, yes during the pandemic. Lastly, she co-hosts Can I Live? one of the hotest Zoom comedy shows, with her ex-fiance, who she is quarantined with. Tim Barnes Tim Barnes is a Los Angeles born Brooklyn-based comedian and writer who currently writes for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Tim has written for Nickelodeon’s reboot of All That , Comedy Central, the NPR quiz show, Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me! and even documented his testicles once for Men’s Health. Chicago Magazine named Tim one of the 16 Chicago Comics You Should Check Out… and The Chicago Tribune has described him as “a smooth wordsmith who is sharp, polished and confident…” Lisa Curry Lisa Curry is an internationally touring comedian and TV writer, best known for her work on The Jim Jefferies Show on Comedy Central. Her debut album, Alive For A While was recorded in London and will soon be available. Find out more on lisacurry.net Natasha Pearl Hansen Natasha Pearl Hansen is a internationally touring standup comedian, actress and writer who’s body of work has been featured on FOX, VH1, Hulu, MTV, and Netflix. Her podcast “Future Role Model” praises being unconventional, redefines what it means to be a role model, and celebrates past bad-rolemodeling. She recently wrapped a European tour in six countries, as well as a successful midwest tour. Keep an eye out for her upcoming digital series “Monogamish” and “Diary of a Bad Fiance.” Her first comedy special was recorded in June and is due out this fall, titled "I Was Supposed To Get Married Today..." Jon Torres Jon Torres is a stand up comedian and Chicago native. His comedy is rooted in observational humor, skate culture and storytelling while questioning why something like the story itself is even happening. Jon has been doing comedy since 2015 and in that time he has worked such places as Chicago Underground Comedy, The Laugh Factory, The Comedy Bar, The Milwaukee & Madison Comedy Festivals, and CanTV. Jon is a producer of Don’t Tell Comedy Chicago and has been featured in the Chicago Tribune and Patch.com. Abbi Crutchfield Abbi Crutchfield has been seen on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, and on Broad City. Tok Moffat Hailing from the mean streets of Washington, DC and moving to the much safer streets of Chicago, Tok uses his comedic style of being witty, introspective and relatable to his experiences growing up as the “weird” foreign kid, and sounding like Carlton Banks among other challenges with fitting in to stand-up. Sarah Mowrey Sarah Mowrey is a comedian in Los Angeles just trying to keep it together as best they can. Before quarantine they ran Femmes The Rules in LA, was featured at Dinah Shore and Albuquerque Funny Fiesta. During quarantine they walked 80 miles in April, fell off of learning Spanish on DuoLingo and are making Fleetwood Mac inspired cocktails on Tiktok. Myq Kaplan Myq Kaplan is a comedian named Mike Kaplan. He has performed on the Tonight Show, Conan, the Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night with Seth Meyers, the Late Late Show with James Corden, in his own half-hour Comedy Central Presents special, and in his own one-hour special now on Amazon, “Small, Dork, and Handsome.” He has been a finalist on Last Comic Standing and recently appeared on America’s Got Talent. His debut album “Vegan Mind Meld” was one of iTunes’ top 10 comedy albums of the year and his next album, the critically acclaimed "A.K.A." is out May 8, 2020 and available for pre-order NOW. Thanks for reading all this. You’re very nice. Sohrab Forouzesh Sohrab got his start in comedy while attending Western Michigan University where he won The Kalamazoo Comedy Competition and was a finalist in the TBS and Rooftop Comedy’s National College Comedy Competition. Before graduating college he opened for Nick Swardson and performed at the prestigious Gilda’s Laughfest Comedy Festival. He's an Iranian comedian even your racist uncle will love. Pallavi Gunalan Stand-up comedian and biomedical engineer. Check out Pallavi's web series Dirty Science on YouTube (http://youtube.com/pallavigunalancomedy…) and Instagram (@PallaviGunalan on all social media), and donate to the nonprofit she is a part of, designing low-cost ventilators for developing countries https://respira.works/donate!!! Bronwyn Isaac Bronwyn Isaac is a New York-based stand-up comedian and writer who has appeared on Showtime's 3AM, and has published work in VICE, Reductress, PAPER Magazine, Bustle, Someecards, and Fashionista. When she's not performing all over the country, she co-hosts the Bad Romance Podcast, which has been featured in Vulture and Stylist Magazine, and performed live at the Brooklyn Podcast Festival. Lizzie Logan Lizzie Logan was born and raised in San Francisco. She studied TV writing at NYU and her writing has appeared in McSweeneys, Vulture, Reductress and other outlets. she was an assistant on Netflix's the Break with Michelle Wolf. She has one cat. Maggie Maye Maggie Maye loves candy almost as much as she also loves performing comedy. She made her late night debut on Conan and was featured on Last Call with Carson Daly and AXS TV presents: Gotham Comedy Live. She has also been a featured panelist for Rooster Teeth “What Do You Know?” and has written for the New Yorker. Maggie has performed stand up in festivals such as Just for Laughs, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, San Francisco Sketchfest (as one of the Sketchfest Dozen), FunFunFun Fest, Moontower Comedy & Oddity Festival, SXSW, and the All Jane Comedy Festival. She’s opened for Hannibal Burress, Paul Rodriguez, Gladys Knight, and Earth, Wind and Fire. She’s had her name in comedy articles in the Huffington Post, Variety, LaughSpin, the New York Times, Splitsider, who named her among the 2015 top up-and-coming comics and an “On the Verge” comedian, the Austin American Statesman, who named her as one of 2015’s People to Watch, and the Austin Chronicle, who named her 2016’s Best of Austin Stand up Comic. She performed improv comedy with her troupe Damn, Gina! and in various sketch and improv shows around Austin before moving to Los Angeles. Her comedy is described in the same way she is: sassy, charming, and smart. Also, a 6-year-old once told her she was the funniest person ever. And kids rarely lie. Evan Kessler Originally from the suburbs of New York City, Evan Kessler has been doing comedy in LA since 2012. He's written jokes for Playboy and has been seen on VH1. He is only 5'6", but has the heart of someone much taller. He likes to make people laugh, even though they are usually just focusing on the curliness of his hair. Sara Wren Sara Wren started stand-up comedy 2 years ago and has managed to tour multiple times across North America. She has performed at a variety of comedy clubs such as: The Comedy Store in Hollywood, Gotham Comedy Live in NYC, and Laughing Skull Lounge in Atlanta. Winner of 'Stand-up Comedian of the year' for the 2018 Notable Awards hosted in Toronto, Canada. She writes Canadian satire for The Beaverton and on her off time snuggles her dog Bentley. Marc Hallworth Marc Hallworth has been described as "too poor for how happy he is." Originally from Calgary, Alberta, Marc moved to Toronto in 2009 and has since been part of NXNE, YYComedy, FunnyFest, the Brantford Comedy Festival, “Funniest Clean Comedian on the Lakeshore”, and the Bollywood Monster Mashup, where he opened for Aparna Nancherla. He was the second place winner of the 2017 Flat Tire Comedy Competition, a semi-finalist in the 2017 Toronto Comedy Brawl and 2016 Prove You're A Comic Competition, has appeared on SiriusXM Radio as part of “Canada Laughs,” and was chosen to host the Ontario Celebration Zone as part of the 2015 PanAm Games. His sketch troupe Vest of Friends are the winners of the Best-of-the-Fest Award at both the Toronto and Montreal SketchFests, and were named one of Bite.ca's “10 Canadian Sketch Troupes You Need To See Right Now.” He is an improv tournament champion at both the TheatreSports Micetro and Toronto Beerprov, and got to be part of The BooProv Halloween Spooktacular with Colin Mocherie. With material that's not out to offend, his few goofy ideas mixed among a ton of personal anecdotes all culminate towards a ton of laughs and some real optimism! John Huck John Huck has appeared on Comedy Central & Showtime. His new album - Compromised Maturity - is streaming for free on Pandora right now. Here’s the link: https://800pgr.lnk.to/HuckEM Michelle Spies Michelle is a comedian and writer who specializes in self-deprecation and ruining things other people like. She's a Contributing Writer for The Onion and Clickhole Headline Contributor who moved to LA at the worst possible time. Tyler Snodgrass Tyler Snodgrass is a comedian living in Chicago. Often inspired by his religious upbringing in the Ozarks, his previous career as a public school teacher, and his banjo, Tyler combines vulnerable stories with a delightful silliness that can make any topic accessible and hilarious. Tyler co-created the comedic storytelling show and podcast, We Still Like You, which is based in Chicago, has a chapters in Los Angeles, Denver, and Louisville, and has appeared in festivals, theaters, and apartments all over the country. John Kennedy John is a standup comedian from Fargo, North Dakota. John recently won the Fargo comedy festival. There were 7 people in the completions. Buffy Esslinger Buffy is a Chicago based comedienne who pulls inspiration for her jokes from failed relationships, her 7yo kid, and her life mishaps. Buckle up and let's get weird. Wenzler Powers Wenzler is a Chicago based stand-up and writer originally from Memphis, TN. He's the producer of Spitfire Comedy, at the iO theatre, and his work can be seen on The Onion, McSweeney's, and CollegeHumor.