The original idea behind booking our features was to be able to take talented unknowns and put them on the same stage with our hosts and regulars who are all headliners, and we've done that, but along the way, we've managed to pick up some features who are full-on headliners as well. Putting together this page is like putting together a Dream Team of comedians, except they've all already done our show.
Kristal’s comedy blends pure silliness with common sense. Between performing and producing her own show “Treat Yo’self”, we felt incredibly fortunate to welcome her to the show, and she did a great job.
Dan is a ball of sad-sacky adorableness. His jokes were tight one-liners, delivered in a sleepy, unassuming style that charmed the us all into forgetting that we were watching a performance.
Justin is a 99% Funnies favorite. A headliner who happens to be a friend of the show, Justin hit us hard and fast with a string of daaaark stories that we’re not sure we were allowed to laugh at until we already were.
Michael Gelbart is another headliner who decided to bless our little show. He came in to work on some material for his new special, but he still managed to play with the audience a bit. Michael is truly one of the funnies comics working today.
Bethany has OCD. She started doing stand-up a few months ago at the suggestion of her therapist. Bethany’s act is a dark but fun ride through the frustrations, expectations, and triumphs of a person dealing with OCD.
Deceptively unassuming, Olivia’s infectiously bubbly personality added a conversational style to tightly-written jokes. Her punchlines were as surprising and delightful as they were common-sensical.
Candy Lawrence brought her whimsical, stream-of-conscious-like comedy out for us. Candy is fun to watch and infinitely quotable. We spent the rest of the week in the office calling back her jokes.
Mikhel Teemant is our sound producer for the podcast and our social media guru. He did a great job performing on our very first show. He presented fun, observational material with a laid-back style.
Melissa Villasenor was silly, lovable addition to our show. We loved her incredibly unique point-of-view. As always, her impressions didn’t stand alone, but were anchored in personal observations and experience.
Shondalia was an energetic, enthusiastic addition to our show. She used her infectious smile to soften her observations about interracial dating and played with stereotypes. She was super fun to watch.
Ramy has an almost unbelievable level of likability. He fearlessly tackled racism and other hot-button issues. He brought the natural authority that comes from speaking with passion without sacrificing optimism and whimsy.
Brian Kiley -Jan 8th
Troy Conrad – Feb 5th
Maronzio Vance – March 5th
Bill Dwyer – March 31st
Sven Amsterdam – May 14th
Tracey Ashley – May 14th