Cameron Esposito

Cameron Esposito

Cameron Esposito has appeared on LOGO, NPR, at TBS' Just for Laughs Chicago, SXSW, the Aspen Rooftop & Bridgetown Comedy Festivals (Portland Mercury Best of the Fest). Cameron got her start in improv comedy at Boston's ImprovBoston & Improv Asylum, trained at the Second City Conservatory & began her career as a standup in Chicago. Cameron has earned a Chicago Magazine Best of Chicago, toured nationally as a circus ringmaster (nope. I'm not kidding.) & created SIDE MULLET NATION, a solo show that debuted as a part of TBS’ Just for Laughs Chicago (Time Out Chicago Critics’ Pick, Chicago Reader Recommended & AV Club Best of the Fest) & has played across the country, including at New York’s Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre (Time Out New York Critics’ Pick).

Cameron relocated to LA in fall 2012 & since then has been named one of the top 12 LA Comedy Acts to Watch in 2013 by LA Weekly, a Best of 2012 by LA’s & launched Put Your Hands Together, the only weekly standup show at Los Angeles' Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre.

Known for her “effervescent storytelling” (AV Club), Cameron is the brains and voice behind revolutionary all-standup podcasts Standup Mixtape (Underground Communique Records) and Put Your Hands Together (aspecialthing records). She is also the host/creator of the Wham Bam Pow action & scifi movie podcast on the Maximum Fun network. Cameron is also the founder of the Feminine Comique, the world's only all-female standup course. Her debut album, Grab Them Aghast, was released in 2010 on Rooftop Comedy Records. Her second album "Same Sex Symbol" was released by Kill Rock Stars in fall 2014.

Rhea Butcher

Rhea Butcher is a Los Angeles-based standup comic, actor and writer who has appeared on Comedy Central, NBC's Last Comic Standing, Buzzfeed and Funny Or Die Presents. Originally from the Midwest, Rhea grew up skateboarding the mean streets of Akron, Ohio. Her blue collar brand of cool has endeared her to audiences nationwide, both in her live appearances opening for comics like Pete Holmes, Anthony Jeselnik, Maria Bamford and Cameron Esposito in large theatre venues, or her podcast appearances on shows like You Made It Weird, How Did This Get Made? and Sklarboro Country. In 2016, Rhea will debut her first television series, "Take My Wife" for NBCUniversal’s new Seeso platform, launch a web series on Legendary/Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls Network, host recurring segments as the first correspondent on Paul F. Tompkins’ "No You Shut Up" on Fusion, appear at SF Sketchfest for the 3rd year running and release her first standup album with Kill Rock Stars Records.


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