Karen is a comic on the move. She is currently on tour with the the female answer to the “Blue Collar Tour” and these chicks are selling out theaters across the country.
Karen also headlines top comedy clubs including The Stardome, The Punchline, The Comedy Catch and many more. She has opened for Jon Stewart and was a contributing writer for “The Rosie O’Donnell Show.”
Jim is a comedian and impressionist whose featured performances across the country have earned him an established following. He also has appeared as an opening act for many celebrities, including Barbara Mandrell, Crystal Gayle, and Jay Leno. He has made numerous appearances on America’s Funniest People, and writes for the syndicated “Crook & Chase” show.
You may also have heard Jim’s voice on commercials for such companies as McDonald’s, Pizza Hut and Kroger, just to name a few, as well as the Country Music Television and Cartoon networks.
Nationally-known comedian and pianist extraordinare, Jerry Farber is #1 in Atlanta entertainment circles. He is the city’s most recognized and acclaimed performer, entertaining for over two decades. Jerry stars at local and national comedy clubs, and various charities and corporate functions all over the country.
His style is inspired by the jazz and comedy greats – Dave Brubeck and Errol Garner to Woody Allen and Mark Russell. Fans have voted Jerry One of the Top Five Celebrities in Atlanta in an Atlanta Constitution / WSB Radio Poll. He was elected Entertainer of the Year by Atlanta Magazine three times in recent years and Favorite Storyteller by Cobb Magazine.
James Brandon first became interested in magic when his father brought him to see Doug Henning for his twelfth birthday. James worked his up from the starter set his sister gave him for his twelfth birthday to the conception and construction of his own large illusions which inevitably led to a professional career as a magician, comedian, emcee and actor.
Jamie Benndall did his first open mic in the fall of 1991 at a place called the Comedy Act Theater. Some of the other amateurs at the show included Don Curry, Bruce Bruce, Tim Murray, Sommore, and Chocolate. Currently Jamie is an attorney licensed to practice in New York, Georgia, and Massachusetts with the law firm of Bendall & Mednick.
Winner of the Decatur Arts Alliance Open Mic at the Funny Monkey Comedy Carnival. Andrew Stanley is a stand-up comedian and homeschool survivor who isn’t afraid of bringing his deeply rooted insecurities to the stage. Okay, maybe he’s afraid, but he’s doing it anyway. His observational style and dry sense of humor have pleased audiences across the southeast. Andrew’s comedy career may be young, but he’s accomplished quite a bit. He won the Sunday Night Comedy Festival at the Atlanta Punchline, the inaugural Funny Monkey Comedy Contest, and took home the bronze at REV’d UP Comedy Jam. Andrew’s parents are still alive so he works clean.
Exploding onto the comedy scene, young Atlanta comedian Josh Harris has experienced an impressive rise over the last few years. Hailed by Creative Loafing Magazine for “combining frat boy silliness with a trap star mentality,” his high energy performances and one of a kind material made him a semi–‐finalist on Bill Bellamy’s Who’s Got Jokes.
Cary Long is a fresh new face on the comedy scene. He got his start on the hit television show “Star Search” with Ed McMahon, and has since been seen on “Evening at the Improv”, VH-1 Stand-up spotlight with Rosie O’Donnell, as well as two recent appearances on the “Tonight Show” with Jay Leno. His act is full of everyday situations that everyone can relate to. He combines accents, cultures, and nationalities, into a rib-tickling performance that will have audiences laughing at themselves.