Despite being born into a white, upper-middle class family, Adam has been able to overcome the numerous non-existent hurdles that have faced him to become by far the funniest comedian on his block. He is a national touring headliner and plays clubs and colleges all over the country. He was recently named one of 25 “Comics to Watch” by Esquire Magazine and made his television debut on ABC’s “Happy Endings.” He has appeared in the Montreal Just For Laughs, Bridgetown Comedy and Rooftop Comedy festivals and was recently featured on the Nerdist podcast. He lives with a purebred Chesapeake Bay Retriever named Annabel Lee and people have described him as “genial” and “with pretty decent teeth.”
Mike Lebovitz's comedy career began at the age of six with clowning classes at the local JCC. He's been delighting and confounding audiences big and small ever since with his offbeat, yet accessible brand of humor.
An accomplished actor, director and writer as well, he draws from a broad range of disciplines in building his act which uses outlandish viewpoints and subversive turns of phrase to highlight the inherent absurdity of being. He doesn't point out life's little quirks, he revels in them!
Mike's a member of the popular Chicago-based collective Comedians You Should Know.
Saurin Choksi is a stand up comedian living in Chicago, IL.
We asked him to describe his comedy in the third person. Here’s what he had
*“I find him very charming. He says some things that are a little out there
but he’s just so affable! I just laugh & laugh. His material covers all the
hard-hitting topics of our day… race, sex, potbelly's sandwiches. It’s like
he’s saying what I’m thinking. I wish he would do more material on his
mother’s accent though.* Wait, who are we talking about again?”
Choksi is a co-producer of the Speak Easy Comedy show and one time
understudy at The Second City Detroit. He loves college football, Game of
Thrones, and monkeys (and dragons, and wolves).
Also, he’s real affable