LizaBanks Campagna is a comedian and resident young person. At 23, she is a regular in the DC Comedy scene, performing at local clubs like HotBed, the D.C Improv, Arlington Drafthouse, and the D.C Comedy Loft. After getting on stage for the first time when she was 13, LizaBanks has been a stalwart in the DC Comedy Scene. She took a brief hiatus to go to college in California and a pandemic later, LizaBanks has returned to the east coast for a vengeance to kill on every show.
Hedi Sandberg is a comedian performing all over the Washington, D.C. area, from local venues to the DC improv, Magooby’s Joke House and the Sandman Comedy Club. Hedi has been part of the Lady Laughs Comedy festival in Madison, WI, The Tim Northern Comedy Festival in Louisville, KY, The West End Comedy Festival in Atlanta, GA, the Rubber City Comedy Festival in Akron, OH and the DC Comedy Festival. She has featured for Steph Tolev and Tony Woods and co-produces a monthly house show in DC.
You may have seen Kevin Skiffington at your local Taco Bell. He’s the host of TalkoBell: A Podcast. Recently performed on the Tower City Comedy Festival. You can also see him telling jokes throughout the DMV area.
Since entering comedy in 2014, Ian Salyers has spent the years performing everywhere that will let him. A Baltimore-based stand-up, improvisor, and writer. Ian is a regular performer at the top venues all over the DMV and East Coast. He hosts one of the most successful open mics in Baltimore every Friday night and a monthly showcase at Atomic Books. Whether it’s Baltimore, Chicago or Washington DC, Ian brings the same sharp wit and honest presence to every stage and every crowd.
Dan Barry was born and raised in Bellmore, NY. He is an independent professional wrestler, and a standup comedian. The 2nd of 4 boys and the son of a single mom, Dan always wanted attention. If he wasn’t acting in high school plays or telling stories that were almost always lies, he was getting into trouble in school, at work and at home. At 17 he was on a short-lived, virtually unknown TV show called “Studio Y.” When that ended, he began his pursuit of his first passion, pro-wrestling.
Emily Paige is a Jersey-based comedian who has performed at Broadway Comedy Club in NYC as well as Punchline Philly.
Mike Quindlen is a Philly guy who found happiness in Baltimore. He has opened for Rich Vos, J.B. Smoove, Alonzo Bodden, the late John Weatherspoon, Doug Stanhope and a few other legends. Mike is also the founder and creative director of the Ellicott Silly Comedy Festival. He has been hosting the Second Saturday Shit Show (longest running show in Baltimore comedy history) at the Ottobar for over 10 years!!