Hailing from Boston, Caitlin Arcand is a comedian using her psychology degree for anything but being a psychologist. Her candid stories and brutally honest accounts of her daily life have been heard on stages all over the country, recently appearing at The North Carolina Comedy Festival and The Portland Maine Comedy Festival. This past November, her solo stand up musical "She Doesn't Even Live Here" premiered at New York's SOLOCOM, featuring original songs and tales of her weekly commutes to the city. Her second solo musical "Problem Child," a retelling of her unconventional childhood, made its debut this May for an 8 show run at ImprovBoston. In her off time, Caitlin enjoys being bullied by drag queens and has served as a judge for Boston Drag Gauntlet, Worcester Drag Wars and the Rhode Island PRIDE Pageant. When not performing, Caitlin enjoys eating alone in public and stalking dog Instagram accounts.
Corey Saunders is a stand-up comedian, writer, and producer from just outside Boston. His loud voice, quick wit and unapologetic sass will keep you laughing all night (and the next day at work when no one knows what the heck you’re laughing at over there by yourself). He has performed all over New England and in New York City. Corey hosted and produced an online talk show until it got canceled.
Janis Greim Hudson
The"Wine Mom"/ Set Coordinator
Janis survived growing up in the state of Maine with many skills that did not include comedy. She worked as a Speech Language Pathologist until about a year ago when, much to her father’s chagrin, she quit her terrible but well-paying job in healthcare to pursue her lifelong passion of being poor while pretending to be anyone but herself…aka…acting. After taking a few improv classes to improve her work in Cabaret, she realized that being funny is great fun, but also really f_%$#@& hard. Since that time, she has forced herself into other’s people’s funny projects and scripts hoping to someday live up to the likes of Mo Collins…her original inspiration for all things gross and funny. You can find her belting/dancing her face off in the Boston-based theater scene, or chasing her two small children around like a slave.