As a result of a dare from a co-worker, Keith Anthony entered a stand up contest and lasted
one round. Since then, he has been performing almost every night of the week. Keith Anthony has shared the stage with comedians
such as Bill Hicks, Gilbert Gottfried, Sam Kinnison, Louie CK, Joy Behar, Brian Regan, Dice Clay, Bobby Collins, and Dom Irerra
to name a few. His material is solid, his performance always fresh, and he rarely tells the same joke the same way twice,
making his show original every time. His television credits include appearances on A&E, Showtime, and Comedy Central.
In 2007, Jay Black left teaching to pursue writing and stand-up fulltime. Since then,
he has headlined at close to 300 colleges, scoring three nominations and one win as the nation's top college comedian.
He has appeared as a comic on Showtime, A&E, Fox, the CBC, and NBC. Jay has also performed at some of the most prestigious
clubs in the country, from the Comedy Stop at the Tropicana in Atlantic City to the world famous Los Angeles Improv. In 2010,
Jay was given the opportunity to work with the US Army on the "I Am Strong" tour, traveling overseas to entertain
the troops. He's met equal success as a writer, selling his first screenplay in 2008 and working heavily as one of Hollywood's
most sought-after "punch-up" writers, making your favorite movies even funnier.
From the first moment Vanessa hit the stage, waiting well over 4 hours at an "Open Mic"
to do 5 minutes of comedy.....she knew she was "home." She often jokes about real things. As a child, she spent
a year at Millbrook Mansion with her father, Michael Hollingshead, who introduced Timothy Leary and Sir Paul McCartney to
LSD. "I don't have childhood memories, I have flashbacks." Vanessa was recently on VH1's Lords of the Revolution,
has had her own Comedy Central Presents, has taped her second DVD at Gotham, "American Anglomaniac" and is taping
her third DVD, "Drunk" at Stand Up New York, October 17th. She has performed on the "The Jim Bruer Show,"
Comedy Central's Premium Blend and NBC's "Louie Anderson Comedy Showcase." She also has had critical acclaim
with her one woman show "Flashback", and just completed her second one person show, called "The Hold".