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Melissa Mcgillicuddy is a stand- up comedian based in Sacramento, California. As a newcomer to the scene in 2015, she won the Wildcard Competition at the Sacramento Comedy Festival. Since then, Melissa has opened for talented comedians such as Cameron Esposito, Rhea Butcher, and Vicki Barbolak. She has also performed at several comedy festivals including SF Sketchfest. Addionally, Melissa co-produces the Moving Van Show, a monthly, secret pop-up comedy show, as well as Sacramento FemmeFest, the city's first all-female comedy festival. Most recently, she was voted best comedian by Sacramento News & Review.
Stephanie Knowles has been getting silly songs stuck in heads and hearts of the masses since 2014 when she first stepped onto the stage with a temporary mustache tattoo. Since then, on many stages, she's had the opportunity to make maria bamford tap her foot during on open mic, open for many a travelling comedian, and even host her own hilarious craft show called Norma Steaks Trashy Craft Studio. Stephanie isn't your average stand up comedian! She may have a boring name but her material is anything but! From songs about not jacking off on the bus to the quirky PSA or 3, you won't regret casting her onto your screens and into your hearts!
Phil Johnson has an action packed show filled with his two loves, comedy and music. It's a show filled with sharp unexpected turns, sneak attack jokes, and hilarious songs that doesnt shy away from controversial territory... Race, sex, religion, and doughnuts- so many doughnuts- all delivered from the viewpoint of a guy who happily grew up in the deeply multi-everything community of the San Francisco Bay Area. Phil has been seen and heard at the Sundance Film Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, on Sirius/ XM and Bob and Tom radio, and on Amazon Prime. He's also released multiple comedy specials and albums filled with his colorful tightly- written comedy.
Take 2 parts George Carlin and Bill Hick, a dash of Robin Williams add equal parts Alice Cooper and David Lee Roth...shake... you get Brian Crow. Described as a verbal mixture of Rock, Jazz, and violence this Bay Area native has performed around the country including Atlanta, Texas, Oregon, Wisconsin, Michigan opening for Hal Sparks, across Nevada and arizona with Dr. Brian King and blazing his own path all over California (Punchline, Cobb's, The Comedy Store, The Ice House, Flappers, and the occasional police lineup). Brian has also found that writing about himself in the 3rd person feels weird.