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  • Michael Glatzmaier: I Make Stuff Up

    Movie + 1 extra

    Michael Glatzmaier, a musical comedian with a “mostly improvised” approach, parents, hates, and seduces the audience with his angelic voice and average guitar.

  • Jay Reid: That Don't Go Together

    Movie + 1 extra

    Vegas-based and a father to two children, Jay Reid talks Catholic fear, Little Mermaid racism, and flip-flop fashion.

  • Roger Mursick: I'll Take That One!

    Movie + 1 extra

    Roger Mursick, married for 38 years, has been dealing with impenetrable gender roles proven by his extensive pillow collection, his diet-abiding dog, and his financially-responsible track record.

  • Vinayak Pal: Vincents Don't Come In This Color

    Movie + 1 extra

    Vinayak Pal is enjoying his life as a California guy with 108 Indian names. Besides being bullet proof from credit card fraud, Vinayak shares what it's like doing other people's homework, refusing to sign petitions, and being invited into L.A.'s Mexican culture.

  • Carl Strong: Are You Ready For This?!

    Movie + 1 extra

    Humble and stupid, Carl Strong is an old-school package of good vibes only. The way he manages to offend no one is by offending everyone.

  • John C. Morgan: A Tale Of Two Presidents?

    Movie + 1 extra

    A very special guest of presidential proportion, John C. Morgan takes to the stage as someone you are sure to recognize. Along with immaculate impersonations, John teaches the audience invaluable lessons on how to conceal presidential farts and how many C’s of leadership there are.

  • Rich Natole: Voices Of A Generation

    Movie + 1 extra

    In "Voices of a Generation," Rich Natole goes on a journey through the decades, impersonating classic and beloved characters from the not-so-distant past.

  • Kyle Yamada: Midwest Sushi

    Movie + 1 extra

    Kyle Yamada, or “Mountain Rice Paddy,” is from South Dakota. Kyle shares his struggle with stereotypes, love languages, and inconsistent accents.

  • Wes Austin: The Mall Cop of Lawyers

    Movie + 1 extra

    Wes Austin is a lot more than just a comedian. He’s also a patent lawyer, an eyebrow shrink, and a father to three girls. Wes talks hair transplants, celiac disease, and flexible morals.

  • Mike Hickman: They're Gonna Come Get You!

    Movie + 1 extra

    After being a youth pastor, comedian, and eternal prankster, Mike Hickman is considering a modeling career. Apart from life decisions, Mike is taking walking classes, avoiding operators, and driving backwards.

  • Mike E. Winfield: Mike Drop

    Movie + 1 extra

    The hysterical Mike E. Winfield tells his side of the story, including self-checkout security, older woman attraction and little league coaching.

  • Thor Ramsey: With Laugh Track

    Movie + 1 extra

    Thor Ramsey’s daily life is full of small decisions. With the application of metaphysics, quantum mechanics, and expiration dates, no decision—big or small—will ever feel right.

  • LA Hardy: French Fries & Tater Tots

    Movie + 1 extra

    Living his best life in Hollywood, Florida, L.A. Hardy is a spokesman for gated communities, old-school parenting, and flying cars.

  • Kelly Collette: I Made You This...

    Movie + 1 extra

    Blonde and from the midwest, Kelly Collette’s life is overrun with female energy. Fairy-inspired weddings, Mary Kay parties, breakup kits, and Botox are just the beginning of Kelly’s struggles.

  • James Gregory: Food is Not Fatal

    Movie + 1 extra

    James Gregory, a Georgian suffering from Vertigo, is on a mission to spread the good news of “real butter,” Paul-bearing strength, hotter summers, and endangered chicken legs.

  • Tara Brown: Adjusting To And Loving My Middle-Aged Life!

    Movie + 1 extra

    Early to the office and marked “safe” on Facebook, Tara Brown has it all together. For her, all it takes is velcro shoes and a few love letters to her long list of insecurities.

  • Karen Rontowski: War & Instant Pudding

    Movie + 1 extra

    A savant of both trees and the paranormal, Karen Rontowski prides herself on her write-offs and attainability. She shares her average life of UFO conventions, haunted mirrors, and authentic relaxation sounds.

  • Seth Tippetts: Tall. Dark. Gigante.

    Movie + 1 extra

    Get to know Seth from the chest down. He's big, he's tall, but most of all he's hilarious. Check out this Utah-raised, clean, and semi-professional comedian today!

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  • George Kanter: Kids Eat Free.

    Movie + 1 extra

    With a chiseled face and a contagious grin, George Kanter was born to be a comedian. In his tell-all, he shares the details of his spreading lazy eye, his producer-credit dreams, and his condiment-dealer connections.

  • Ryan Reiss: Covidiot

    Movie + 1 extra

    Ryan Reiss brings some New York energy to the Dry Bar stage. Asking the scary questions and giving the scary answers, Ryan talks everything from marriage memory loss to homeless actor statistics.

  • Carlos Oscar: Everyday, It's Something

    Movie + 1 extra

    Carlos Oscar, a lean, clean joke machine, takes a seat like he’s in your living room letting you in on all the gossip. Being a Puerto Rican NewYorker, the gossip consists of piñata pills, chorizo ninjas, and Gen-LaZy.

  • Jacob Williams: Dream Date

    Movie + 1 extra

    An only child from Kentucky, Jacob Williams is experiencing a lifelong awkward encounter. He stutters in text messages, projects his inferiority complex onto strangers, and falls in fight-or-flight situations.

  • Kelly Macfarland: Sleepytime Baby

    Movie + 1 extra

    Kelly Macfarland has big news and it has to do with the shiny thing on her finger. Her recently recycled husband is her laziness soulmate, and apart from the melon chewing and encoded snores, she couldn’t be happier.

  • Rosco Nash: You Would've Loved My Dad

    Movie + 1 extra

    Rosco Nash entertains audiences everywhere with his self-deprecation, sarcasm and quick wit. A former New York Sanitation worker/hot yoga instructor, Rosco shares his confusion with social norms as well what it's like to navigate relationships with his kids who seem like they might be smarter tha...