Based in Los Angeles by way of Atlanta, Dave Stone has appeared on ‘The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson’, Season 8 of ‘Last Comic Standing’ and provides voices for AdultSwim’s hit animated series ‘Squidbillies’ on Cartoon Network. In 2013 Dave was selected to the prestigious ‘New Faces’ showcase at the ‘Just For Laughs Festival’ in Montreal and in 2012 was named one of the ’12 comics to watch’ by L.A. Weekly Magazine. Rooftopcomedy.com gave Dave their ‘Silver Nail Award’ in 2010, naming him one of the top 8 up-and-coming comedians in the country. Dave’s laid back and self-deprecating style make him a hit with a wide range of audiences, transcending age, race, class, gender, height, and weight.
Ryan Singer is the rarest of breeds: A comic’s comic who electrifies mainstream audiences with material that is both uncompromising and unpretentious. LaughSpin says, “With his high-energy delivery and unpretentious leanings, there’s not a lot to dislike about comedian Ryan Singer. And it’s not just us saying it: In the last few years, he’s won over audiences headlining the nation’s finer comedy clubs and was hailed by Marc Maron in Rolling Stone as a comedian “who should be big.”
Lisa Best Lisa Best is one of the exciting fresh faces making a name for herself in the Los Angeles comedy scene. The Portland Monthly wrote that Lisa “has a flair for turning embarrassing stories into comedy gold.” Lisa can be seen in Comedy Central’s sketch, “Hot Girl Fail,” as well as starring in the film “Something Funny.” She has been a recurring guest star in SyFy’s hit docu-series “Fangasm” and also created and stars in the webseries “The Apartment” – a documentary-style comedy loosely based on her current living situation: Five comedians under one roof. Lisa performs standup comedy throughout Los Angeles, as well as in clubs, colleges and comic book conventions around the country. With her quirky perspective and captivating knack for story-telling, Lisa has been a finalist in California’s Funniest Female Competition, in Rooftop’s NCCC presented by TBS, and has been asked to perform at the 2014 Bridgetown Comedy Festival.