Thursday February 18, 2021 5:30PM
ONLINE - streaming link will be sent to ticketed participants one hour before show
Ben Roy: Ben Roy has been featured on HBO’s Funny as Hell, in the John Wenzel book Mock Stars, as well as on Comedy Central’s This Is Not Happening and Adam DeVine's House Party. Ben co-created, wrote and starred in TruTV’s original comedy series Those Who Can’t, which ran for three seasons. He has also released three stand-up comedy albums and is the lead singer of the band SPELLS. Andre D Thompson: Andre D Thompson made his television debut on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. He was a Stand Up NBC finalist and has performed at clubs around New York City. Xazmin Garza: Xazmin Garza grew up in Utah but started comedy in Boston where Interrobang called her "frank and hilarious". She has performed in the Limestone, Laughing Skull, Rogue Island, Boston, 208, and Women in Comedy Festivals. She was selected to be a 2017 Comic in Residence at The Comedy Studio in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and her comedy has been featured on SiriusXM. Xazmin is Mexican-American and was raised in Utah, which shaped her unique perspective and original voice. She is a former columnist, and has several national writing awards. Charles McBee: Charles McBee has been on the FOX TV shows Laughs (seasons 1 and 2) and Punchlines (seasons 1 and 2), starred in an off-Broadway production of "HA! ... The Musical", and is a television writer. Shanel Hughes: Shanel Hughes is an up and coming Denver original who has performed at various venues all across Colorado, including Comedy Works and the Denver Improv. Shanel was a semi-finalist in the annual Comedy Works New Faces Competition during her first year, and has been accepted to perform in comedy festivals in states including Alaska, Colorado and Oregon. Kendra Cunningham: Kendra Cunningham is a Boston-born stand-up comic, comedy writer, actress and filmmaker living in Brooklyn, NY. She writes regularly for the Huffington Post. She has appeared on Saturday Night Live and Last Comic Standing. Mark Masters: Mark Masters lives in Colorado. He hosts and produces the monthly Vail Comedy Show as well as a weekly online showcase called the Comedy Test Kitchen. He has a podcast and web series, creatively named "Mark Masters", and you can buy the story of his comedy journey "Not Good Yet" almost anywhere books or audiobooks are sold. Learn more at www.markmasters.co and buy his merch here. He has pandemic-performed at The Comedy Studio (Boston, MA) and Broadway Comedy Club (NYC). As always we may have some special guests dropping in too, so get your tickets early. There are two ways to watch and interact live, you can be backstage and have your laughs heard during the broadcast or tune into the stream and interact through on screen comments. Live laughers are eligible for prizes. Lineup subject to change.