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Joe Pera

Joe Pera is a standup comedian from Buffalo, NY now living and performing in New York, NY at a wide-range of clubs such as Caroline's and The Stand as well as alternative venues like the UCB Theater and MoMA PS 1. Combining comedy with his other passion -- attending charity pancake breakfasts -- Joe created and hosted 'The Pancake Breakfast Critic' web series for MTV Other. In addition, he recently appeared on Comedy Central's 'Adam Devine's House Party' show and was named by Splitsider as a 'Top Up and Coming Comedian in 2015'.


Aparna Nancherla

Aparna Nancherla is a comedic light entity who emits both writing and performance. She recently wrote for and sometimes appeared on the late, great Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell, on FX-then-FXX. Other credits include appearances on @midnight, Conan, Comedy Central's Adam Devine's House Party, VH1's "I Love the 2000s", and TruTV's "Friends of the People"; numerous lists including TimeOut NY's "10 Funniest Women in New York", Flavorpill's "11 Essential Young Comedians in New York", and Time Magazine‘s 140 Top Tweeters of 2014; festivals such as the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, and Just for Laughs Comedy Fest in Montreal; podcasts such as WTF with Marc Maron and the Nerdist Podcast with Chris Hardwick; and being featured on NPR, Laughspin, and in Cosmopolitan, Reader’s Digest, The Huffington Post, and The Washington Post Magazine.


Rae Sanni

"Comedian. Co-host of Misandry with Marcia and Rae. Writer for President Show. Afro Fingerer."


Zach Sims

"I do comedy good." -- Zachary Sims


Talib Babb

"Talib Babb is a stand-up comic hailing from Prince George’s County, Maryland. He pokes fun at race relations, pop culture, everyday life and whatever else might temporarily offend you, but eventually makes you laugh. Babb also is a sports writer/blogger/journalist/whatever-they’re-called-now. His sports work can be read on CSNmidatlantic.com and his stand-up can be seen anywhere on the East Coast from the D.C. Improv, to the Baltimore Comedy Factory, to Gotham Comedy Club in New York." -- Boston Comedy Festival

Catherine Cohen

"Catherine Cohen is an actor/singer/writer whose work has been featured on Funny or Die and HuffPost Comedy. She can be seen performing sketches with Boy Girl Boy Girl Comedy and stand-up with herself. She has studied improv at The Upright Citizens Brigade and The PIT and received an A.B. in English and Theater from Princeton University. One time Dove told her they loved her tweets about food."


Steven Markow

Writer and comedian with work featured in The New Yorker.


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Hellz Kitchen

Hellz Kitchen is a hard-hitting rock duo originally from Hell's Kitchen. They became a band when Steve called Dylan and said "I have some good news, I just booked us our first show." They had never played music together before. And they haven't stopped since. They have a surprisingly huge sound for just two people. Steve somehow seems to play guitar and bass with his hands and organ / synth sounds with his feet, sometimes all at the same time. Hellz Kitchen is an instrumental band but the music is still decidedly narrative-inspired and makes for a sonically cinematic experience. Their music is not shackled to a click or snapped to a grid. So it can breathe and contort as they push and challenge each other. Dynamics shift, tempos change, and new interpretations or whole sections organically grow in their songs on the fly. Hellz Kitchen wants you to have fun at their shows. But they'll have fun at their shows whether you do or not.


Just Blush

"Just Blush consists of Nick Barno, Andrew Bryant, Todd Oravic and Abby Vail. No substitutions, no exceptions. We are a family, and as cliche as it is to say, we're in this for the love of the music. We could go our whole lives without anyone knowing who we are or what we sound like, but when we get together something Just Clicks and in the moment we feel like rock stars."


King Kidding

Groovy rock from Tunkhannock, PA.