KT Tatara´s comedy is sometimes brutally honest but always funny. His logic-based opinions provide unique insight into timeless topics such as gender roles and race. KT performs across the United States and is one of the most requested comedians on the college circuit. He lives in Los Angeles where he can be seen nightly at the top comedy clubs. As a comedian, KT has made television appearances on Comedy Central´s "Live at Gotham," Showtime´s "Live Nude Comedy," MTV´s "MVP´s" and the nationally syndicated show, "Comics Unleashed." As an actor, KT has co-starred on CBS´s "How I Met Your Mother" and has had recurring roles on ABC Family´s "Greek" and Showtime´s "Californication." WEBSITE | | BOOK
Chris Floyd, Kentucky born and bred, is one of the great up and coming comedians in Los Angeles. He has been doing standup for a year and is only getting stronger. His subjects include observational as well as surrealist humor. He is influenced by Eddie Izzard, Mitch Hedberg, and Louis CK. BOOK
Comedian Sapna Kumar LOGO TV , "LAST COMIC STANDING 4", OLIVIA CRUISES, PROMISE LAND INDIE FILM,
Sapna Kumar has been named one of the Top 16 Queer Comedians in 2013 by the Advocate.com and was on AfterEllen.com´s list of Top 50 Hot Women in Comedy as well this year. TV Credits include LOGO TV´s "One Night Stand-Up 9" and a Regional Finalist on NBC´s "Last Comic Standing 4." She has performed in New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, throughout the Midwest, and as part of the Olivia Cruises 40th Anniversary trips.
She has also done indie film, including the film "Promise Land," which is in the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.
Sapna´s act tells the story of her hilarious immigrant parents and their trials and tribulations of raising rebellious Indian American kids in India. She also hits on the pulse of today´s times, with commentary on the crap-onomy we´re in and joblessness. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Jade Catta-Preta has performed across the country with comics such as Bill Burr, Kevin Nealon and Bobby Lee. She is a regular at The Improv, Laugh Factory and The Comedy Store. She was a cast member on Punk'd, and guest starred on "Two Broke Girls" and "The Office." You can watch her opposite Steve Rannazzisi in "Daddy's Knows Best," on Hulu's "The Morning After" and MTV's "Hot Mess." Recently, she also made her television stand-up debut on TV Guide's "Stand-up in Stilettos." You can see her on the upcoming season of Showtime's Californication. BOOK