Jennie McNulty is “One of the premiere comedians in the country” as proclaimed by The New England Blade. The Examiner called her an, “infectiously energetic, remarkably deft comic with a warm disarming style and some of the best improv skills in the business.”And Curve magazine rates her amongst the “Top 10 lesbian comics.”Her playfully sarcastic style is sure to win you over and most definitely make you laugh.
Jennie’s comedy career has taken her all over the world, from entertaining troops in Iraq, Afghanistan and Eastern Europe to the beautiful beaches and serene sea ports of the LGBT travel world with “Olivia,” “Atlantis” and and other travel companies.
Jennie recently wrapped shooting on the upcoming feature film, "Freelancers Anonymous." She's also been seen in "Lights," and on Logo TV's "One Night Stand Up" two times.
Mimi Gonzalez is a road-tested, high-octane comedian who takes the audience on a wild ride from the profound to the profane. Bawdy and political, her ferocious idealism of inclusion has been embraced by colleges, Prides, comedy clubs, resorts, festivals, cruises and even battlefields.
Mimi’s answered the call of duty to the U.S. armed forces and made them laugh in Iraq, Afghanistan, Bosnia, Kosovo, Korea, Japan and Guam.
Her television appearances include: LOGO’s “One Night Stand Up,” the “Today” show, Mo Gaffney’s “Women Aloud,” “Ellen,” “Que Loco,” “Funny is Funny,” and “Latino Laugh Festival.” She’s even been a morning-show co-host on New York’s WPYX.