6 years ago, Renée Santos debuted on Showtime’s “Pride Comedy Jam” that led to her close following in L.A. Now, Renée travels the U.S. using her gut-busting humor to tell real life stories of growing up and her journey as an LGBTQ comedian. Learn more about Renée.
Ebo Barton is one of Neon Entertainment’ newest artists. They are a six-time finalist of the Seattle Poetry Slam Grand Slam and is co-writer of Rising Up: A Queer Social Justice Play. Read Seattle Weekly’s review of the play or learn more about Ebo Barton.
Comedian, Julie Goldman is no stranger to the screen. You may have seen Julie on one of her two shows on Bravo. Now, Julie can be seen on the recent reboot of Larry David’s Curb Your Enthusiasm on HBO. Check out the episode here or learn more about Julie Goldman.
Daniel famously garnered international attention cracking gay jokes with President Barack Obama and most recently became a contributor for FUNNY OR DIE! Read about Daniel’s encounter with the former President here or learn more about Daniel Webb.
We’re very proud of Terisa Siagatonu and her dedication to community service. On top of her award winning poetry, Terisa is a community organizer, and therapist. Her involvement in organizations like Youth Speaks and Pacific Islanders of Tomorrow (PILOT) makes a major an impact on young lives. Learn more about Terisa.
A comedian who happens to also be an out lesbian, Kristen Becker consistently wins the hearts of all audiences, straight and gay alike, with her unapologetic humor. She is truly a comic of the people. Find Kristen is her latest sketch with TRICO, Welcome to Defensive Driving 101. Learn More about Kristen.
Conratulations to Poet, Lacey Roop, for being selected to showcase at three NACA Conferences this year!! Lacey will be performing her poetry at NACA Central in Oklahoma City, OK Oct 12-15, followed by NACA Northeast in Hartford, CT Nov 2-5 and at NACA West Nov 9-12 in Reno, NV. Learn more about Lacey.