NAtalie Wall


Natalie Wall is the creator/producer/headliner of "Awkward Sex... and the City," which showcases comedians with hilarious awkward sexual tales.

She is also the co-founder/co-producer of Bad Assery: The Woman and Comedy Conference.

When Ms. Wall is not working on "Awkward Sex" she can be seen performing stand-up all around New York City.

She has trained with The People’s Improv Theater and James Madison University.  

When Natalie isn’t performing stand-up, shes writing for and watching a shit ton of Gilmore Girls.

Jen Keefe

Jen Keefe is a comedian based in New York and loves the Boston Bruins. She has performed on NPR’s The Moth StorySLAM; at popular venues such as Littlefield, Bowery Poetry Club, Creek in the Cave, and The Bell House; in the cafetoriums of various high schools; and at her dad’s retirement party. Named a “2016 Comedian to Look Out For” by Mogul, she produces "Dickbusters," a monthly female-centric variety show, and a web series she wrote and is starring in goes into production this April. Jen is an ordained wedding officiant and would love to do your wedding, just ask!

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Karolena Theresa

Karolena Theresa is a stand-up comedian, actress, writer and singer from Queens, NY.  Karolena has studied at The People’s Improv Theater, Upright Citizens Brigade and Second City, and has received diversity scholarships from both UCB and Second City. Karolena also hosts two monthly shows in New York City: The Black Out, a show that features comedians from the POC and the LGBTQ Community and Big Mouths, a show that features women and LGBTQ comedians.  She has been featured on refinery 29 and in variety of media platforms and representing body positivity. You can catch her performing stand-up all over New York, well, mostly Brooklyn. 

Bobby Hankinson

Bobby Hankinson is a Brooklyn-based writer, performer and creative. He is a columnist for leading LGBT website, and his writing has appeared inThe Boston GlobeHouston Chronicle, VICE, Gothamist and

You can see him hosting the  LGBTQ comedy and storytelling show Kweendom, a TimeOut NY and New York Times Critics’ Pick, or check out the webseries he co-created, Single Blonde Failure

Anita Flores

Anita has written for Above Average, Nerve, Paste magazine, Portable TV, and Laughspin. She's performed at The Moth, How I Learned, Tom Shillue's Funny Story, and many other shows around New York City.

She has a Web series called Questionable Drawings where she asks comedians weird, often inappropriate questions and animates their responses.

Watch it on the internet and follow her on Twitter at @anitajewtina for important updates on pizza and Kelsey Grammar's career.