Martin Morrow is originally from Birmingham, AL where he started doing stand-up, improv, and belonged to an award winning sketch/stand-up hybrid "Tubbi and Martin". Martin has performed in clubs, colleges, and festivals all over the country including Atlanta, Austin, Cleveland, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New Orleans, New York, and Philadelphia and has worked with some of the top names in comedy.
Currently residing in Chicago, IL, Martin has performed in several shows with Second City as a part of their Outreach & Diversity ensemble in addition to being a Second City PUMA scholarship recipient, and has put on several one man shows at The Playground Theater and MPaact Theater, and was a season 13 cast member of the longest running independent comedy showcase the Lincoln Lodge. His work has been featured on the Huffington Post, he was a finalist in the seventh season of the Impress These Apes comedy competition, and performed in the 2014 Epitonic Deep Festival, 2014 Tomorrow Never Knows Festival, and 2013 TBS Just for Laughs Festival.
Patrick Hastie is a stand up comedian from Iowa who now lives in New York City. His energetic stage presence, infectious charisma and love of performing shines through in every joke and every story that he tells on stage. He has done stand up all across the country and in festivals like the Great American Comedy Festival, the Out of Bounds Comedy Festival and the Cabin Fever Comedy Festival. Patrick can be seen in the web series "Our Friendship is Dead" on Funny Or Die and in 2013 he released his first stand up comedy EP, "The Baby Comic", on Hypnopro Records.
Matt Champagne is an actor and comedian from Los Angeles. He's done stand-up at The Hollywood Improv, Comedy Store, Laugh Factory, UCB Theatre, San Francisco Punchline and the Bridgetown Comedy Festival. He's been in movies like "Because I Said So" with Diane Keaton and TV shows like "Angel," "'Til Death," "Will And Grace," "The Tick" and currently plays the dad on the Disney Channel's "I Didn't Do It." He enjoys cheese and board games about farming.
Julie Bane signed up for a comedy contest because her friend did. Only her friend didn’t. Not wanting to disappoint, Julie went through with the contest. And she went on to become a semi-finalist in the Twin Cities Funniest Person contest in 2011. Julie was encouraged by that night’s feature to pursue stand-up comedy. Julie has the keen ability to find the funny in every day situations. Her humor focuses on her life: marrying her high school sweetheart, her dog, her love of volunteering, and pretty much anything her sister says. If comedy doesn’t work out, Julie has an MBA to fall back on. She could be your next CEO. Now that would be really funny.
David Philips was born and raised in the state of Iowa where he started doing improv and stand up comedy. On stage he blends effervescent childlike wonder with a soothing dash of cynicism. Now based out of Chicago he has performed at The iO Theater, The Laugh Factory, The Playground Theater, Comedy Sportz and countless other independently produced showcases all over the midwest. He sort of understands twitter. You can follow him there @Dave_Philips.