Clark Jones is a humorist originally from the south side of Chicago. After moving East, he performed in the New York Comedy Festival opening for Hannibal Buress at Skirball Theater, the Brooklyn Comedy Festival, and currently hosts Comedy at the Knitting Factory every Sunday, named a top weekly show by TimeOut NY. He was named one of the top comics to watch by the New York Observer, acted in Andy Samberg’s “Digital Shorts” for Saturday Night LIVE, and was a guest on Tru TV’s “Friends of the People.” He was also named one of Brooklyn’s “50 Funniest People” by Brooklyn Magazine in 2016. BET recently named him one of 11 funniest comics in the country…
You can currently catch him on the NBC Seeso networks “Night Train with Wyatt Cenac.”
He works in clubs throughout New York City, serving laughs about everything from shopping to political debates, and credits solid napping as a key to happiness.
jonathan edwards (@jedraws) is an an atlanta-based cartoonist and licensed clinical social worker from washington, dc. his inspiration comes from current events, tv/social media, barbershop debates, and traumatic episodes from his childhood. jonathan has a rare disorder wherein if he’s scrolling through the channels and sees that ‘baby boy’ is on, he has to watch it.
Darin Patterson is a stand-up comedian, writer, storyteller and proud Queens, New York native. He’s performed in various comedy festivals including the Derby City Comedy Festival in Louisville, KY, the Boston Comedy Arts Festival in Cambridge, MA and the Hudson Valley Comedy Festival. He’s also the co-host of the Virgin Chronicles podcast where comedians and storytellers share their “first time” stories. Darin currently lives in New Jersey with his lovely wife and he’s an all-around swell guy!