Ben Kronberg combines clever one-liners and witty observations with catchy songs that he performs while playing instruments like the guitar, Casio-keyboard and iPhone! Much of his material has been inspired by girlfriends, who are now incidentally ex-girlfriends. Since his breakout performance at HBO's Aspen Comedy Festival, Ben has performed on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!," "Last Call With Carson Daly" and "John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show." Comedy Central recently named Ben as one of the "Comics to Watch." Ben is also the star of the popular web series: "Ted & Gracie," a story of a woman who is engaged to a serial killer, but has no idea.
Meet your new best friend, Maggie Faris. Maggie is noted for her ceaselessly cheerful personality and seemingly endless series of quirky, intelligent jokes dissecting our fears and social barriers.
Maggie is a comedy competition assassin. Audiences and judges love her. She won the Minnesota Laugh off. Another competition win made Maggie the Public Address Announcer for the St. Paul Saints professional baseball team, which led to an appearance on ESPN™s Cold Pizza for her unique style and memorable announcements. She beat out Tig Notaro to win both the Funniest Clip of the Year and the Silver Nail award at the Aspen Comedy Festival. Curve magazine named Maggie Faris one of the Funniest Lesbians in America. She recently won The Advocate Magazine’s national search for the Next Funniest Queer Comedian. She was also voted “Best Comedian” by her Minnesota peers.
Maggie has also been invited to perform at Boston Womens Comedy Festival, Gilda’s Laughfest, Out Loud Comedy festival in San Francisco, Laugh Your Asheville Off, and best of the fest in the 10,000 Laughs Festival and the first Madison Comedy Festival.
Maggie has opened for such greats as Jay Pharoah, Fortune Feimster, Michael Che, Maria Bamford, Daniel Tosh, Kathleen Madigan, Louis Black, and Damon Wayans.
Eric Lewis-Baker is a man of many passions. As a comedian, orchestra teacher, and, most importantly, an 8th grade girls “B” team basketball coach, he is truly a renaissance man. He began performing stand up in 2011, and quickly made a name for himself by taking 2nd place in Madison’s Funniest Comic 2012. Before starting stand up, Eric performed as an improviser with The Titanic Players and founded the Madison sketch comedy team Manhole. He is currently living and performing stand up, improv, and sketch in Chicago.