Mitch Fatel, Kerryn Feehan, Andrew Steiner
Mitch has been showcasing his talent to rave reviews for 30 years now. His resume, too extensive to list in it's entirety includes 2 Comedy Central specials (one of which was voted #6 all time by viewers) and 3 best selling CD's. He has appeared on almost every Late Night Comedy Show and in 2006 he has taken home honors as the Best Comedian at the HBO Aspen Comedy Festival. In 2018 he is filming his next 1 hour special for release in early 2019 and he is currently co-host of the new PUNCH-lines Podcast (Punchlinespodcast.com) which studies and dissects the psychology and similarities of stand up comedy and mixed martial arts at the same time. He also has a son and his wife is very hot.
Kerryn Feehan is a comic, writer, actress and producer living in NYC. She produces and hosts the longest running (4 years) monthly all female stand up and burlesque show “Stand up and Take Your Clothes Off” the first Sunday of every month at The Kraine Theater. Kerryn performs regularly at Caroline’s, The Comic Strip Live, Broadway Comedy Club, The Stand, and Stand Up New York. She is a recurring guest on The Real Ass Podcast, Keith and the Girl, Myka Fox and Friends, This Week in Jackin, Guys we Fucked, We the People, Hot Mess Comedy Hour, and Hard Lonely and Vicious podcasts.
Kerryn has also appeared on the Tru Tv show Friends of the People, Spike Tv’s Inkmasters and Funny or Die. She has also lent her comedic acting to many webseries including, “I’m not Buying It”, “Brooklyn Trees”, and “Clench and Release”. She can be seen in the Daily Share video “What your bartenders really think of your tinder dates”. She also created the webseries “The Experts” which will air on HLN’s The Daily Share in February 2016, as well as “Keeping Kerryn ans Sydnee Sober” released this year.
Kerryn wrote, produced and starred in the short film “Shitfaced” which follows a young female alcoholic comic in the early stages of her career. She also has a lead role in Another Urban Riff’s feature film “How to Score Your Life” directed by Steven Tanenbaum, as well as a featured role in Sean Lynch’s short film “Game Night.”