ANDREW GLEASON + TIM MIDDLETON + MICHELLE MACLAY + RAY CONNOLLY + LEAH SPIGELMAN + CHRIS SANDERS

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Andrew Gleason delivers one-liners, non-sequiters, anti-jokes, and possibly fictional stories with absolutely ZERO attitude. No politics and no opinions - just jokes and comedy. It can get dark and it can get silly but either way you will certainly enjoy it.

Tim Middleton has performed at venues all across the D.C. area, overcoming his fear of bees to delight crowds large, small, and nonexistent. Come say hi to him at a show, and he'll buy you a beer. He loves making you laugh, and was lying about the beer.

Michelle Maclay likes to talk about herself and her observations on her life. She also likes to talk about herself in the 3rd person. Oh and she love signs. Any kind of signs. Physical real signs to astrological signs, all of it. They all mean something...or do they?!

Ray Connolly is a bay area stand-up comic and writer. A one time ski bum, Ray eventually burned out and left the slow-paced mountain life to pursue a heart attack in a metropolitan setting. He’s performed in numerous festivals including Laugh Your Asheville Off and Pittsburgh Comedy Festival. He was recently named Best of Fest at Seattle’s Highlarious Comedy Festival. You can find him performing stand up on some of the country’s smallest stages in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York.

Leah Spigelman is comedian based out of Brooklyn, NY who thinks that life is joyful and sad and hilarious and hard, and wants to make us all feel a little bit better about all this absurdity. Get ready to laugh and sing and hug, but only if that’s something you’re into.

Chris Sanders is both hilarious and intense with confidence and charm that keeps his audiences engaged. Drawing on his experiences serving as an Infantryman in the Army and helping to end sexual violence on military installations and college campuses; Chris brings humor to subjects few people do. He has performed for the troops all over the world and continues to be a featured comic at festivals across the country. He lives in Los Angeles and looks just like that guy you know.