Kristine Levine is a stand-up comedian and Radio Personality from Tucson, AZ by way of Portland, OR. Her refreshing candor and unflinching, twisted perspectives on life, love, and dysfunction have earned her a reputation as a biting, brutal cross between Lenny Bruce and Roseanne Barr. Yet underneath her "shocking" exterior, Kristine is as genuine and disarming in real life as she is for a rollicking hour onstage. In addition to regularly touring both stateside and abroad, Kristine has lived in Egypt, served as a radio DJ, Air Talent and Producer, boasts numerous commercials and voiceovers to her name, was seen in feature stand-up documentary The Unbookables, and has appeared in multiple sketches throughout each season of IFC's Peabody and Emmy Award-winning Portlandia. 2012 saw her achieve a Guinness World Record as the first female to play 50 states in 50 days on The Biggest Tour Ever.
Denver comedian Helen Reicher has a love-hate relationship with her kids, dating, and life in general. Her cynical optimism leaves only one would appropriate to describe her comedy ~ realness. Helen produced multiple regular Denver shows and the annual Art of Female Comedy Festival, all fundraisers for Art of Comedy. When she is not performing all over Colorado, she can be seen touring and sleeping in Planet Fitness parking lots from coast to coast.
Elani Nichelle is a DC comedian who got her start telling jokes two years in her home state of Texas. She enjoys writing jokes, kicking it with friends, napping, and making people laugh as often as possible.
Born and raised in Ohio, Addy moved to the big Pierogi (Pittsburgh) to pursue her comedic dreams. Mainly because Nee York was too expensive.
Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Amanda Averell is a stand up comedian, writer, producer, co-owner of the Burning Bridges Comedy Club, actor, educator, coach & improviser. Her quick wit, unique perspective & self deprecating sense of humor have made Amanda a rising comic to watch in the Midwest and North East. Amanda has opened for Todd Barry, Todd Glass, Brandie Posey, Shane Torres & more!
Kujichagulia Juniper Whitehead is a Chicago based comedian and writer who has become known as (and self proclaimed) the Queen of Radical Comedy. Her brand combines radical politically charged sentiments with her personal experience touching on mental health and why she thinks it's wrong to pour your milk into the bowl before the cereal. Her festival credits include: NW Black Comedy Festival (Portland, OR), Charm City Comedy Festival (Baltimore, MD), International Lady Laughs Comedy Festival (Madison, WI) and Sixth Comedy Festival (Cleveland, OH). Follow and support her online through her handle @iamkjwhitehead and buying merch from burneverythingtees.net!
Robyn Scott is a southern belle that lives a crazy life and has a way of bringing you into her crazy world. Robyn graces stages across the southeast including the World Famous Laughing Skull, Relapse Theater, and Comedy Zone.
Jessica is a huge advocate for supporting local and giving back to her community. She is a comedian, single parent, producer, writer, Board Member of Apple Core Project, member of Latina Leaders of Kern County and The Junior League of Bakersfield. She started doing stand-up comedy in April 2018 and producing comedy shows in February 2019. After dealing with health issues, she decided to use stand-up comedy as a platform to help her community and Laugh For A Cause was born. The comedy show highlighted and benefitted local non-profit organizations each month.
New England native and transplanted Southerner, Michele Mortensen is known for her lady-like demeanor, sprinkled with “just a touch of naughty.” She brings her experiences as a wife, mother, grandmother, arts administrator, professional musician and college professor, to the stage in a self-deprecating manner that resonates with people of all ages. Michele has performed at the She-Devil Comedy Festival, the International Lady Laughs Festival, the World Series of Comedy, and was recently a semi-finalist in the 2020 Boston Comedy Festival. She was also featured in The Huffington Post for an Elite Daily video – “Grandmas Define Modern Slang.” Michele has appeared in over twenty films, as well as national commercials for Staples and Prudential. She recently wrote and starred in a short film, “Going My Way” which has been selected for several film festivals, including the Boston International Film Festival.