Three great comedians. Live online. Katie Haller is a multi-talented writer and performer based in NYC. She was recently featured as a Breakout Artist at Caroline's On Broadway, is a regular a New York Comedy Club, and produces a show at Stand-Up NY called Live Memes. She is a copywriter at VaynerMedia where she creates viral content for brands iike Sour Patch Kids, Trident, and even live-tweeted the Super Bowl for @MrPeanut. Her alter-ego T-Spoon is a comedic hip-hop powerhouse whom she descries as a smaller, female 90's hip-hop version of Weird Al meets Lonely Island. She is a proud alum of the Women In Comedy Festival where she has performed for the last four years. Her viral music videos have been written up in AdWeek, College Humor, and Huffington Post. The “Dog Mom Anthem” which she wrote for BarkBox currently has 75 million views on Facebook. Follow her on Instagram & Twitter @halleratyou for memes or dance videos, and check out her latest music video, Bros Holding Fish, which is exactly what it sounds like. James Camacho is a NYC based comedian via NJ. James is an only child that grew up with a Chinese mom and Puerto Rican dad. He has a great uniqueness, likability, and boyish charm that make him one of the most hilarious and polished young comedians out there! James will be appearing on Kevin Hart's LOL Network in the upcoming year, and has been seen on the CBS sitcom, "Kevin Can Wait" among many TV shows, movies, and commercials! He regularly opens for Damon Wayans Jr, Lynne Koplitz, and Kevin Farley. Marcus Cardona is a New York City based comedian, writer, actor, and producer who performs throughout the city. The Maine born Filipino-American comedian began performing in 2011, after forming the YouTube sketch comedy group, Pinetree Comedy. Assistant manager at Brooklyn House Of Comedy, helping develop new talent in Brooklyn, a power house of a producer with a build your stage and kill it too energy the host of a variety of shows that have included Bassanova Ramen shop based comedy show, Send Noods in New York City’s Chinatown, even during the pandemic producing a sold out Cabin Fever: An Outdoor Comedy Show For A Socially Distant Time in collaboration with Empire Comedy Club at Thompson’s Point in Portland, Maine, and producing New York City’s first comedy scene only comedy awards show The Bombys which was hosted in 2020 at Bushwick’s The Tiny Cupboard.