Andrew Frank is former winner of the annual Funny Bone competition, a finalist in the Helium St. Louis Funniest Person contest, a winner of the Hey Guys Comedy contest, and…well…it’s a long list. Suffice it to say, he’s funny.
Cameron Keys is one of the newer comics on the St. Louis stand up scene, but he’s been working incredibly hard. He’s already a regular host at Helium Comedy, and placed highly in the competitions at both Helium and Funny Bone. He even runs his own showcase
Based on his answers, we’re pretty sure he’s a video game junkie too.
Tina Dybal is active in both the local stand up and improv scenes. She’s a regular on showcases at Helium – St. Louis, and is the co-producer of Two Girls. One Mic., along with Emily Hickner.
Tina recently became an American citizen, just in time for the fall of American society into a dystopian chaos.
Emily Hickner has been a regular on the St. Louis Stand Up Comedy Scene for over five years. She’s worked with Bare Knuckle Comedy, and currently co-produces Two Girls. One Mic. Her deeply personal brand of stand up comedy recently made it possible for her to open for – we’ll let her tell you.
Andrew Mihalevich is a stand up comedian, as well as part of the collaborative team at Bare Knuckle Comedy. He’s actually pretty nerdy all around. You can hear him talk about DC Comics Rebirth here on the Drunk & Nerdy Podcast.
If you see him walking around town, don’t make eye contact, unless you’re ready for adventure.
What can you say about stand up comic, Justin Luke? If you figure anything out, email our editor at ImpoliteSTL@gmail.com. We’d appreciate your help!
Justin is part of the duo who brings us the monthly comedy experience, Picnic Time. It’s a ridiculously fun show you should attend as often as possible.
Jeremy Hellwig is a stand up comedian with a habit of starting non-stand up shows. He’s the co-host, along with Kenny Kinds, of Sorry, Please Continue, a story telling show, and he’s part of the collaborative team behind Fatal Bus Accident, a talk show. His next project is probably some type of court room reality show. Who knows?
Jeremy gets bonus points for answering most of our questions twice. Also, note how he works in either plugs for his projects, or his partners on those projects, into his answers. That’s marketing.
We were going write an intro about Kenny Kinds. It’s really hard to write an intro about Kenny Kinds. He pretty much tells you everything you need to know himself. So we just let him go.