MEET THE COMEDIANS
Liz has performed comedy all over the Midwest, including performances in the Cleveland Comedy Festival and Chicago Women's Comedy Festival, and has worked with many nationally touring headliners including Orny Adams , Bonnie McFarlane, Cameron Esposito and Joe List. Liz loves to take awkward situations and make them just a tiny bit more awkward. She illustrates her experiences involving teaching high school, dating and other horrific moments through a comedic lens. Her relatable, cringe-worthy humor will definitely make you laugh at her, and maybe even with her.
Cody balances boyish charm with a self deprecating style that eschews pity for laughs. A stepfather and doting grandson, Cody’s slice of life is never bitter and never exclusive. He has all the midwestern warmth and charm balanced with an egoless lunacy where he’ll do anything for a laugh. Cody’s willing to be the grossest guy in the room if it gets a giggle, not a cringe. You can find Cody running local shows in Cleveland or featuring throughout the midwest. Having opened for Josh Wolf, Louie Anderson, and Frank Caliendo, Cody fits in any part of the show, bringing a jolt of energy and laughter to any crowd and any demographic.
David began performing stand-up comedy in 2018 with his absurd and pointed observations of milk. Since then, he’s had audiences across the country doubling over with laughter. Before jumping into stand-up, David studied and performed sketch comedy and improv at The Upright Citizen's Brigade in New York City, creating and directing “Laundry Day,” a sketch comedy variety show selected for the 2014 New York Comedy Festival and featuring talents such as Mark Normand, Joe List, and Joe Machi. Now calling Cleveland home, David produces “Locally Sourced Comedy,” a show blending sketch and stand-up, to showcase the up-and-coming Cleveland comedy scene.
With laid-back delivery and low-key charm, Josh looks like he's going to give you an estimate on your roof. Instead, he delivers subtle, sharp comedy with Midwestern generosity that makes you feel like you're in on the joke. His chill, easy-going comedy is the perfect fit for whatever crowd he finds himself in front of. From comedy clubs to dive bars, to charity pierogi dinners in church basements, audiences all love him
Mary Santora has been named the “Best Undiscovered Comedian in Ohio” by Thrillist Magazine, “Comic of the Week” by The Jackie and Laurie podcast, the “Best Female Comedian” by Cleveland Scene Magazine in 2016, 2017 and 2019, competed in the 2018 “Best of the Midwest” competition at LaughFest in Grand Rapids, MI, and is quickly making a name for herself as one of the best up and coming comics in the country. She has a straightforward, quick witted style, and has performed alongside Dave Attell, Tom Papa, Jen Kirkman, and Kyle Kinane, to name a few. Mary is a fresh breath of femininity in the otherwise male-dominated world of stand up..
Raj Suresh is a stand-up comedian who tells jokes about cats, Adele, being Indian, and redheads. Usually tackling current affairs, pop culture obscurities, and delivering his outsider perspective of America, Raj has opened for a number of headliners including Bert Kreischer, Julian McCullough, Ari Shaffir and more. His debut album, "Semi Famous", reached number 2 on the iTunes charts and #12 on Billboard.
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Kris Wernowsky is a comedian, producer and journalist who currently lives in Cleveland. His comedy mixes absurdity, his wild Midwest upbringing and the current insanity that is living in America. He's a veteran of the Limestone, Memphis and Bird City comedy festivals. He's the creator of the Sorry, Please Continue... podcast, the co-founder of the Flyover Comedy Festival in St. Louis and a regular fixture at Hilarities in Cleveland.