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Rachael Burke is a New York City-based comedian originally from Boston, MA. Her work on the digital team of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon has garnered two Emmy awards, and she was also a contributing joke writer for the show. Rachael was profiled on New York City Comedians to Look Out for in 2018. In her free time, Rachael loves to play the drums and write raps in Spanish.
Contact Rachael: rachaelburkecomedy.com
Sabeeh Jameel is a New York-based writer, producer, and performer. His work has appeared on Comedy Central (The Opposition w/ Jordan Klepper), National Geographic, (and BRIC TV. He is friendly and would love to meet you!
Lida Darmian is a New York-based actor, comedian, and writer. She's a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, where she studied at the Meisner Studio of Acting and the Classical Studio. Lida currently produces and co-hosts her own monthly all-female variety show at the Magnet Theater, Fly Gurlz. Lida is an active member of the Upright Citizens Brigade, where she performs at UCB Hell's Kitchen with the Maude team Archnemesis. You can also catch her improvising in The Place We Live, an improvised 90s sitcom. She can also been seen performing with Club Monika (improv), Very Good Boys (improv), and Kids These Days(sketch). She is afraid of whales, so please don't bring them up. Twitter: @leeduh
Scott Hercman is a New York based comedian, writer, and performer. He's originally from Great Neck, Long Island. "Herc" as he's called at work, is full time at The Daily Show with Trevor Noah as a Senior Segment producer. One time Scott was in an elevator with Adam Sandler and The Sandman turned to Scott and said “Cool shirt."
Adrian "Frimmy" Frimpong is a NYC-based comedian by ways of Houston, TX. When he’s not performing stand up, he regularly performs improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in New York and sketch with Kids These Days.
Maggie Maxwell is a comedy writer and performer living in New York City. A Syracuse native and University of Rochester graduate, Maggie has been trained in sketch and improv comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade. In addition to being an actor/writer with Kids These Days, Maggie is co-host of the live comedy show, “Would You Rather…?” a recent TimeOutNY and New York Times’ critic pick. Maggie contributes jokes to Funny or Die, has published over 60 pieces to date for Reductress, and she loves being a Kid!
Instagram & Twitter: @maggiemxwell
Nick Reichheld is New York-based comedian, writer, and musician originally from Carlisle Massachusetts. His work can be seen monthly at The PIT Striker main stage with Kids These Days as well as on youtube with Reverend Moody Comedy. One time he sang on stage with the band Green Day for the duration of one song while wearing a full body green spandex suit and is pretty confident he peaked then.
Sascha Garrey is a New York-based writer, performer and musician, originally from Vancouver, Canada. Her work can be found all over New York (and formerly Halifax, Toronto, and Boston), including the City's Department of Health where she daylights as an epidemiologist.
Adrien Pellerin is an actor, writer, and comedian. His digital series, “Night Crew”, won the Comedy Central Development Award at NYTVF. His work has been featured by Mashable, Funny Or Die, SF Sketchfest, Chicago Sketchfest, and Austin Sketchfest. He’s written and performed in 3 musical sketch shows (ADRIEN: #biggerthanbieber, Meet The CEOs, WTF is Love?). More at adrienpellerin.com.