ADAM OLIENSIS has been working in comedy for longer than he wants to admit. Not just as a Stand-Up Comedian but also in acting, writing, directing, and producing for TV, theatre, film, and commercials. Adam recently appeared on Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. His debut comedy album, Aged Whine, enjoyed the honor of being played in its entirety on Sirius XM Radio 99, Raw Dog Comedy and tracks from the album are now in rotation. In his stand-up, Adam explores the lessons in humility he’s learning from his wife and especially from his children, along with the adjustments being forced on him by genuine adulthood. Having lived as a child in East Africa, studied martial arts in India, and languished spiritually in New Jersey, Adam is attuned to the absurdities that arise in the everyday, mining both the ironies and silliness that exist in the most humbling situations (with which he continues to gain vast experience). Adam has recently opened for such comedy legends and luminaries as Robert Klein, Colin Quinn, Gilbert Gottfried, and Larry Miller. Visit his website for more information: https://www.adamoliensis.com/
Tanael Joachim performs regularly at some of the best clubs in New York, including Gotham Comedy Club, The Stand Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club, Eastville Comedy Club, to name a few and the best alternative shows, such as Comedy at The Knitting Factory and Night Train at Littlefield. He's been a featured performer at SF Sketchfest in San Francisco, the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival. He's also performed at the Laughing Skull Festival in Atlanta, the Underground Festival in Washington D.C and was one of the 8 finalists in the Boston Comedy Festival in 2016. He's also an Op-Ed contributor for The New York Times
Stephanie Holmes has most recently been featured at Caroline's Comedy Club, as a finalist in "The New York's Funniest" Contest for The New York Comedy Festival. She has also recently been featured in Cover Girl's "Stand Up for Beauty" with Aisha Tyler. With just five years of stand up experience under her belt, Stephanie has made a mark on the scene, performing at such clubs as: Stand Up NY, The Broadway, Gotham, Carolines, The Laugh Factory, and The Laugh Lounge. She has performed all over the tri-state area at clubs like Bananas in New Jersey, Poconuts in the Poconos, and the Brockeridge in Long Island. She has been a contibutor to many websites, most recently bushwickbk.com, and is a one of the youngest members of the New York Friars Club. In January 2010, Stephanie performed her first one-woman show "Jokes to Get Knocked Up To" in New York City combining her stand up with her original comedy songs. Stephanie's style of comedy is quirky, insightful, political, and shocking. You never know what she's going to say next! Born and raised in Indiana, Stephanie speaks candidly about her midwest upbringing and crazy family. You can catch Stephanie at her weekly comedy show, "Bake Sale" at Coco66 in Brooklyn (www.coco66.com).