Pete Lee's comedy is candy coated with a dash of mean. Pete mixes cutting punchlines with an underdog perspective to absolutely roast himself on stage. His likable style and self-deprecating humor have made him one of the hottest acts today. He made his television debut on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend.
Since then, he has been a standout at the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival. His comedy CD Gasmoney plays in regular rotation on XM and Sirius Satellite Radio. He is a regular on the Bob and Tom radio show. Recently, he was selected as a semi-finalist on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, filmed his own Comedy Central Presents special and played a doctor on CBS' As the World Turns. His growing popularity placed him 12th out of the top 100 comedians in Comedy Central's Standup Showdown.
Pete has also proved that his humor transcends demographic boundaries by winning Country Music Television's Next Big Comic. Most recently, Pete created a web show called Unsportsmanlike Conduct, which attracted the attention of the NFL. This earned Pete a role in an upcoming pilot on the NFL Network titled After Further Review.
If you haven’t heard of Pete Lee yet, prepare to tell other people!
Bryan Morris is a comedian quickly making a name for himself at comedy clubs and festivals across the country.
Bryan delights audiences (presumably you) by expertly balancing sharp observational humor with energetic absurdism. His quick wit, clever material, boyish charm, and manish jawline make him a loveable, relatable crowd favorite.
In 2012 Bryan won Madison’s Funniest Comic Contest with a performance that inspired The Onion’s AV Club to call Bryan, “The Michael Jordan of comedy.” Bryan was also a runner up in Laughfest's "Best of the Midwest 2014," a finalist in the Funniest Person in the Twin Cities Competition, and other impressive comedy things. Bryan has been performing with Atlas Improv Co for nearly 10 years.
He also loves wearing hoodies.
Stacey Kulow, adorable, charming, and a performer since childhood, has always considered herself the class clown, even though in high school she was voted Most Likely to Program a Calculator. What’s that about? Stacey got her first taste of the professional stage when she won Atlas Improv’s The Cut in 2008. As a member of Atlas, and now as a stand-up comedian, she has made the stage her second home. Stacey won Madison's Funniest Comic 2014 after being a finalist in 2013. She stared in the short film, "Long Distance" selected for the 2013 Wisconsin Film Festival. She also was a Quarter-Finalist in the 2013 She-Devil Comedy Festival in New York City. Stacey spends her weekends traveling to comedy gigs throughout the country or performing stand-up or improv right in the amazing city of Madison. Stacey may appear small, cute, and innocent, but is packed with surprises.