Nick Turner is a Texas-born, Virginia-raised, New York-based comedian. He has done stand-up comedy on NBC’s Late Night w/ Seth Meyers, Jimmy Fallon and Comedy Central’s “John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show.” This year he also created, wrote and starred opposite Parker Posey in a pilot for Comedy Central called “Crazy House.” He was a regular cast member on VH1’s Best Week Ever and other VH1 shows including “I Love the 2000’s.” In 2011, he performed as a "New Face" at the prestigious Montreal Comedy Festival and in 2013 returned to perform on the Canadian and Australian television show, “Just For Laughs.” He has performed his own show “Nick Turner & Acquaintances” as part of SXSW and The New York Comedy Festival and regularly at Union Hall in New York City and he’s doing new stuff like, all the time, seriously, he’s really busy.
Nate Abshire started performing to spite a girl who wouldn't return his calls, and he never looked back. Audiences love his sardonic wit, keen writing, and playful stage presence. Based in Minneapolis, he performs in clubs throughout the Twin Cities and the greater Midwest. The girl still won't return his calls.
Stacey Kulow, adorable, charming, and a performer since childhood, has always considered herself the class clown, even though in high school she was voted Most Likely to Program a Calculator. What’s that about? Stacey got her first taste of the professional stage when she won Atlas Improv’s The Cut in 2008. As a member of Atlas, and now as a stand-up comedian, she has made the stage her second home. Stacey won Madison's Funniest Comic 2014 after being a finalist in 2013. She stared in the short film, "Long Distance" selected for the 2013 Wisconsin Film Festival. She also was a Quarter-Finalist in the 2013 She-Devil Comedy Festival in New York City. Stacey spends her weekends traveling to comedy gigs throughout the country or performing stand-up or improv right in the amazing city of Madison. Stacey may appear small, cute, and innocent, but is packed with surprises.