Tommy Sinbazo is a veteran of the nerd comedy scene. His quick wit and off the cuff humor has been slicing though crowds like a Vorpal sword rolled by a loaded D20 for over 18 years. Crawling from the Depths of the Geek Comedy Tour, This Cosplaying, Leathersmithing. Magic Missile of Myrth is a guaranteed hit. He has shared the stage with Comedians Ralphie May, Brian Posehn and the Late Kevin Meeny. He has been invited to perform in Numerous comedy festivals and has even entertained American troops stationed overseas. If his face his familar you’ve maybe seen him in a mattress commercial. If his Voice Rings a bell You have probably heard him on Baltimore’s 98 Rock.
Jim Meyer has been called the hardest working man in show business by people who somehow mistook him for James Brown. He is considered the funniest man alive by both of his sons and his mom, but the old Chinese lady at the sub-shop has called Jim “Mike” for nine years running. Jim would be considered a giant if he lived amongst the pygmies of the Western Congo. Unfortunately, he does not, so he's just an unusually large, fairly funny dude who has been telling jokes from coast to coast for the last 15 years. In that time, Jim has worked with such luminaries as Billy Idol, Joan Jett, Future Islands, Blackalicious, Dave Attell, Mitch Hedberg, Doug Stanhope, Brian Posehn, Greg Geraldo, and many more. His monthly show The Bar Bacon Fun-Time Comedy Hour (or so) was named best comedy show by Baltimore’s City Paper and, along with his announcing partner Dirty Marty, was named the best announcers in Roller Derby by the WFTDA.
Bryan Preston is a well-respected author, educator, comedian, lover, and rhetorician. He has had his hand in authoring feature films such as the critically acclaimed screwball comedy Driven to Succeed, while also creating and starring in three seasons of the much-lauded internet darling situational, high concept, super villain comedy Meanwhile at the Skull Base. He is also the resident bad boy of the Laughfinder Podcast. When he isn’t being a whirling dervish of literary ferocity, he is dazzling audiences with his nuanced, laconic, pop-culture-laden standup comedy, opening for such notables as Hal Sparks, Ari Shaffir, and the original Cheerios Bee.
Aaron creates and produces original radio programs for WYPR. His current project is the neighborhood documentary series, Out of the Blocks. His past work includes the long-running weekly cultural program, The Signal, and the Smithsonian Folkways Recordings series, Tapestry of the Times. Aaron’s stories have aired nationally on NPR’s Morning Edition, All Things Considered, PRI’s Studio 360, & The World.
Dorian Gray has been both gaming a performing stand-up for over 10 years, each having a significant impact on the other. When running tabletop role-playing games his style tends to be story based with bursts of spontaneity, much like his standup. When performing for audiences he tends to kill them and take their gold, just like when he’s gaming. Tune to watch him face his greatest challenge as a game master: An interactive story where EVERYONE is the grinning wise-ass!
Ben Hancock is a newcomer to the Baltimore comedy open mic scene and recent graduate of Towson University where he earned his degree in audiomancing. He has been an on and off comic at Baltimore open mics for the last 2 years, and has “wowed” crowds with his style of offbeat and often critical of religion comedy, with some audience members praising the style.
He spends most of his time now at his 9-5 job of watching T.V., mancing the Laughfinder podcast and various music projects when he has time. Over the last 5 years he has earned many credits (XP bonuses) including several indie short films and series’ along with album and single releases from music artists all over the DMV. You can catch him at the occasional open mic sharing the stages with the likes of that one couple who made out through his whole set and several well know stools and bar chairs.