Ben Roy

Taking comedy audiences by storm since 2004, Ben Roy brings an unparalleled energy and unique voice to stage. Often compared to Lewis Black or Bill Hicks due to his passionate, ranting approach, Roy has a style that is definitively his own.
Roy cut his comedic teeth in Denver at Comedy Works. Since then, he has been selected to perform at the Montreal Just for Laughs Comedy Festival, The New York Comedy Festival, LA Riot Comedy Festival, Boston Comedy Festival, Austin’s South by Southwest festival, and many more. Roy has been featured on HBO's Funny as Hell series; as well as on the Comedy Central shows Adam DeVine's House Party, Corporate, @midnight, and This Is Not Happening. Ben has also released three stand-up comedy albums and was listed as one of Variety's Top 10 Comics to Watch in 2015.

Along with fellow Denver Comedians Adam Cayton-Holland and Andrew Orvedahl (who collectively perform as The Grawlix), Ben created, writes and stars in TruTV’s original comedy series Those Who Can’t, which just aired its third season. In addition to stand-up comedy, Roy is a prolific musician, currently the lead singer of SPELLS.

Elise Kerns

As a comedian, Elise Kerns has been described as "killing it" by Dan Savage, hailed as "hilarious" by Wende Curtis, owner of Comedy Works, and "really? I guess she's ok" by someone less impressive. You've seen her as a recurring guest on the J.A.G.U.A.R. Morning Show, guest co-hosting with the Pussy Bros, on live feeds with Josh Blue, at Fiddler's Green performing for Channel 93.3's Big Gig and in front of sold out crowds at the Oriental Theater in Denver and the Rialto Theater in Loveland. She hosts a podcast called “Elise’s Locos Talkos” where she discusses all things “her” including LGBTQ issues, comedy, dance, and mental health awareness.

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