Dan Altano is a comedian and writer raised in New Jersey, and currently based in New York City. He can be seen live at theatres and comedy clubs across the United States. A classic middle child, Dan spent many years deep in the shadows of his taller and better looking brothers before finding standup comedy. These days, you can find him performing regularly in New York City and around the country. Dan has appeared in the annual New York Comedy Festival and Connecticut Comedy Festival. He is also the host of the popular Instagram Live cooking/comedy show Dinner's Ready Live and is a member of the nationally-touring comedy group, Escape from New York. Dan was recently named one of NYC's Breakout Artists of 2020.
Papp Johnson offers audiences thoughtful stupidity that will make you feel bad for laughing at his observations that are politically incorrect but right on the money. His deep voice and monotone delivery sucks in the crowd and leaves them hanging onto every word. Winner of San Francisco’s Death at a Funeral comedy contest, Papp Johnson is a sure fire star to keep your eyes on.
Robyn Jaffe is a New York City based comedian. She performs at clubs across the city. She’ll recap her dating disasters, talk current events with a twist, and let you in on what it’s really like to teach sex education to middle school students. Her apartment is small, her Jewish parents are proud, and her dates dread being named in her act. She keeps her followers entertained by sharing her jokes weekly each Sunday night during "Pajamedy" on instagram. Follow her on twitter @rjaffejokes.
Matt Jenkins is known for his clean, quick-witted brand of comedy. Quickly becoming known as one of NY/NJ’s strongest clean comics, Matt uses his diverse background, in combination with solid joke writing and charisma, to give audiences a relatable as well as memorable experience.
John is a unique and brutally funny voice in the world of comedy, carving out his turf as he headlines comedy clubs and rock music venues across America. He possesses a rare ability to bring laughs to situations with insight and energy using what the Long Island Entertainment News calls “A razor sharp sense of sarcasm coupled with a working stiff sensibility… John McClellan is what real stand up is all about.” The Falls Free Press summed it up by saying “His comedy is funny… and keeps you thinking about it later.” A fearless yet engaging performer, he reminds you within minutes of taking the stage why Cincinnati CityBeat called him the “Super Villain Of Comedy” . This, ladies and gentlemen… is badass stand up comedy. Delivering an original stable of material born from logic and ego fighting side by side. The John McClellan live show offers the stream-of-consciousness of a child on Santa Claus’ lap, the confidence of a prizefighter and the power of a punk band without ever leaving your seat. A grand prizewinner of The Seattle International Comedy Competition, as well as a finalist in the San Francisco Comedy Competition and the World Series Of Comedy, McClellan has opened in concert for acts such as David Lee Roth and Collective Soul as well as being a featured performer at The Pensacola Comedy festival. A regular guest on Sirius Satellite Radio, local morning radio and television shows across the nation, John may be most recognizable from his appearance in season 4 of Bravo TV’s “Millionaire Matchmaker” and his show stopping date to NYC’s Museum of Sex, that made that episode one of the most highly rated in the history of the program.
Here is a list of things that I call "accomplishments", but my Jewish mom calls "distractions from finding a wife" I’m a New York based comedian and a regular performer at Comic Strip Live, New York Comedy Club, Carolines On Broadway, Broadway Comedy Club and Greenwich Comedy Club, as well as New York's alternative rooms. I have performed at various festivals including The New York Comedy Festival, Laughing Skull Festival, Laughing Devil Festival and Hoboken Comedy Festival. I've headlined Caroline's On Broadway three times. Hollywood Radio and Television Society named me "One of the hottest rising star stand-up comedians in New York". My audio clips have been featured on Rooftop Comedy's "Best Of" collection and have aired on Sirius XM Radio, Spotify and Audible. In 2016, I contributed material to The Comedy Central Roast Of Rob Lowe. Also in 2016, I was a semi-finalist in New York's Funniest stand up competition as part of the NY Comedy Festival. I continue to tour around the country, but still with all of this stage time, I am yet to have a year that financially tops my Bar Mitzvah year- if you book me you can help make this sad reality go away.
Katie Haller is a stand-up comedian, and tiny rapper by the name of T-Spoon. She has performed in the Women In Comedy Festival, NY Funny Song Festival, and was most recently a finalist in the New York Comedy Club Competition. Her writing has been featured on Collegehumor, Elite Daily, and Huffington Post Comedy. She also writes about dogs for The BarkPost. She is 4'11, but seems way taller on stage, and on the internet.
Frank has been a comedian since 2011. Using a mixed style of observational humor and personal experiences, Frank’s likability, wit and strong stage presence have made him a comic you don’t want to miss. You can see him at The Comic Strip Live, Caroline’s, Stand Up NY, Goodnights Comedy Club in Raleigh, NC, New York Comedy Club and more.
Ron Nobles is a New York City based stand-up comedian. He is originally from a small town south of Buffalo called Gerry, NY. Ron is a regular in the New York City comedy scene. He can be seen at the world famous Comic Strip Live, Broadway Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club, Stand Up New York, The Village Lantern, and Caroline’s on Broadway. Ron also performs at colleges and clubs all over the country. He’s a clean-cut every man with a knack for storytelling. He currently resides in New York with is boxer Tony.
With over 20 years of stand-up comedy and television under his belt, Chris Monty continues to delight audiences worldwide. His latest high profile projects include his stand-up comedy special titled “What’s the Worst That Could Happen” (Amazon Prime), Vinyl (HBO), Red Oaks (Amazon Prime), Paul Bart: Mall Cop 2 (Sony Pictures), Kevin Can Wait ( CBS), and Orange is the New Black (Netflix) In his stand-up, Chris Monty channels a refreshing and unique style of the 1960’s cool funnyman mixed with a modern chic. His unique take on current topics and storytelling are reminiscent of the comics that would keep The Rat Pack in stitches for weeks. He spans generations in that older crowds love his his cool, retro style and younger crowds see a cadence that they haven’t seen on stage. It is truly something unique to experience. Chris’s experience as a stand-up lends itself to his wide ranging acting work also. He uses his quick improvisational skills and ability to use physical slapstick and timing to enhance his lead and supporting actor’s roles. . Whether on screen or stage, Chris Monty has the chops to make your creative endeavor something to be remembered for months and years to come.
Raised in Rockland County. Living in Queens. College in Buffalo. Acting training in Chelsea. 10,000 hours of standup all over Manhattan. And married to a girl from Long Island. Josh is a consummate New Yorker. As a father of 2 little kids whom he adore, he get great material and very little sleep. Everybody says they look like his wife, but he never been one to trust popular opinion. He is short and stout, more like a fire hydrant than a tea pot, and his personality is gigantic. People stop him on the street because they think they know him; He have that kind of recognizable face, with a voice (both in perspective and sound) you'll never forget. Josh is ethnically ambiguous, wildly entertaining, a lovable pain-in-the-ass and his mother thinks that his beard makes him look like a terrorist. But he is the best friend, partner and Wingman you're ever gonna meet. Always "On," its how he will be able to deliver top-notch entertainment, with over-the-top energy, for maximum #InYourFaceFunny.
Ryan Brown is a comedian and writer raised in North Carolina, currently based in New York where he resides on the Upper East Side. Ryan disarms audiences with a playful, casual demeanor and wins them over with well-crafted jokes fueled by his child-like curiosity. His humor doesn’t go over your head but will get inside it. He can be seen performing at bars and clubs around the city including Comic Strip Live, Broadway Comedy Club, Carolines on Broadway and more. Outside of NYC, Ryan tours the east coast as one of the founders of the Escape From New York Comedy Tour and has been featured in numerous festivals including Cape Fear, Laugh Your Asheville Off and Oak City. His stand up clips and sketches have made him a recurring finalist on the comedy streaming app Laugh Exchange and over the course of his career he’s worked with such notable comics as Dave Attell, JB Smoove, TJ Miller, Charlie Murphy & more. Ryan also writes for the advertising agency EP + Co, creating broadcast, digital and social media content for major brands like PUMA, Denny’s, Men’s Wearhouse, Lenovo and more.
Marcus Monroe is an NYC based comedian. He is the winner of the prestigious Andy Kaufman Award and his show is a Time Out NY and a 4x New York Times Critics’ Pick. Marcus recently performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival gaining numerous five-star reviews and was chosen as the Evening Standard’s Pick Of The Fringe. Other notable performances include Bonnaroo, Outside Lands, SF Sketchfest, the New York Comedy Festival, and even an appearance on the Late Show. His off-beat delivery and playful crowd work make him one of the most exciting comedians to watch.