Nate Bargatze is a southern born comedian from Old Hickory, Tennessee. He came from a wonderful home where everyone had a great sense of humor. One of Nate's earliest memories is watching his father who is a world class comedic magician. Stephen Bargatze is in the top 150 greatest sleight of hand magicians in the world. Although Nate admired what his father did, he was lazy about learning the tricks so he decided to go into stand up comedy. In 2002, he moved to Chicago and started taking improv classes and doing stand up. He was in Chicago for two years and then moved to New York City. New York is where he started to get real serious about comedy and performing every night. Although he has been in New York for only two years, he has taken it by storm. He has performed at Caroline's on Broadway, New York Improv, Comedy Village, Stand-Up New York, Rascals, and Zanies to name a few. On February 16, 2007, he made his TV debut on CMT Comedy Stage. He has also been featured on MSG NY and has also been heard on XM radio and toured all over the country.
Candy Lawrence, more like Comedy Lawrence! Hilarious, dynamic and eccentric, she captivates you with her unique blend of energy and idiosyncratic comedy. When she isn’t collecting dreamcatchers, Candy can be seen performing stand-up at various venues in Chicago including Zanies, Mayne Stage, The Laugh Factory, and UP Comedy Club among others. She is also willing to rollerblade to other cities to perform for you. She was apart of the Just For Laughs 2011 and 2013 festival in Chicago and the Bridgetown Comedy Festival in Portland. She has opened for Todd Barry, Jen Kirkman, Moshe Kasher, James Adomian, Judah Friedlander, Carl LaBove, Brent Weinbach, David Huntsberger, Kyle Dunnigan and Dom Irrera. Candy generates one laugh per second and she would like to thank Rod Stewart for teaching her everything she knows about comedy.
Martin Morrow is originally from Birmingham, AL where he started doing stand up and improv and belonged to an award winning sketch/standup hybrid "Tubbi and Martin." Martin has performed in clubs, bars, and festivals all over the country including Atlanta, Austin, Cleveland, Milwaukee, Las Vegas, and New York.
Currently residing in Chicago, IL, Martin belongs to the stand-up collective The Lincoln Lodge as well as 100 Proof Comedy. His work has been featured on the Huffington Post and he also was a finalist in the seventh season of the Impress These Apes comedy competition. Despite his accolades in comedy, Morrow is perhaps best known from his work in the 1953 Walt Disney classic Peter Pan in which he played Peter Pan's shadow.