Tyler Sitar -
With an irreverant and self depricating style Tyler Sitar has brought laughter to comedy clubs across the country. He is the cowriter to Wisconsin's Official Comedy News Show, The Wisco Show, and has been a guest on many of the world's best podcasts and radio shows.
Dana Ehrmann -
first tried stand-up as a student at Carthage College in Kenosha, and has been self-deprecating and discussing sort-of-but-not-quite-adulthood on stage ever since. Now based in Milwaukee, she has performed at the Milwaukee Comedy Festival, Cream City Comedy Festival and Great Spirit Comedy Festival, and opened for Hari Kondabolu, Charlie Berens, Dan Soder and Sean Patton. She’s also sorry she hasn’t watched that t.v. show you recommended, but she just has, like, a lot going on right now.
Kristin Lytie -
Has performed stand up comedy in basements, laundromats, and dive bars all across the country. She cut her teeth in the Chicago comedy scene and was even named a “Comic to See” by the Chicago Tribune. An eternal optimist, she has worked in progressive politics for the past ten years as a community and union organizer. That passion has brought her back to Green Bay, Wisconsin to organize in the deep red of her home.
Kristin has opened for Eddie Pepitone, Eliza Skinner, and has performed in the Altercation Comedy Festival (Austin, TX), Beast Village Comedy Festival (Des Moines, IA), Milwaukee Comedy Festival, Madison Comedy Week, Bird City Comedy Festival (Phoenix, AZ), Let's Fest (Fort Wayne, IN), Whiskey Bear Comedy Festival (Columbus, OH), Cream City Comedy Festival (Milwaukee, WI), Floodwater Comedy Festival (Iowa City, IA) and more.
Tyler Sitar -