It’s hard to be likable when you’re being brutally honest, but Alvin Williams has found a way, and he’ll show you for a small fee. From the little things in life that truly matter, to the big issues that shouldn’t matter at all, Williams finds the funny in all the places you forgot to look. Whether it’s celebrities, politics, relationships, sports, family, or random tv commercials, you won’t know which direction he’s headed next, you’ll just be glad you took the ride with him. Born in Chicago, IL, Alvin shared his childhood between Illinois, Tennessee, Colorado, Oregon, Louisiana, and Idaho (yes, Idaho), making him a “native son” in many of his performance destinations. In 2008 he hosted the inaugural Mile High Comedy Festival in Denver. Later that year he became the recurring host of the Shades of Black Show, a multi-cultural talent showcase that tours college campuses across the U.S. Alvin can now be heard on the new Audible Channels series Sounds Like America, and is featured on Hulu in the shows Comedy Brew and Quicklaffs. He is also a 7-time Featured Comic on the viral video network Comedy Time TV.
Sacramento California born Key Lewis is a high energy, improvisational, storytelling,
multiple-personality nutcase! His comedic stories about his interracial childhood, family, and unusual views on relationships make Key simply a joy to watch! Lewis has appeared on Marlon Wayans TBS’s Funniest Wins, Starz Networks StaannDup, Kevin Harts One Mic Stand as well as Bill Bellamy’s Who’s Got Jokes!
Mallory Wallace is a comedian from Fort Collins, Colorado where she regularly performs and produces shows with her group Fort Comedy. In 2015 Mallory was named Fort Collins’ Funniest Comedian. In 2016 her group won “Best Standup Showcase” and she was named “Comic to Watch 2016” at the Denver Comedy Awards. Mallory has appeared in SCENE magazine, 5280 Magazine, Westword Magazine, The Coloradoan and the Denver Post for her contributions to the Colorado comedy scene. She has performed in High Plains Comedy Festival 2016, FoCoMX festival, Crom Comedy Festival in Denver, Lincoln Calling Festival in Nebraska, and the Idaho Women's Expo in Moscow, Idaho.