Brittany Taylor

Brittany has been performing at DCC since 2022, where she was DELIGHTED to find such an amazing comedic community. Her biggest claim to fame is her reality TV role on Encore on Disney+. Her favorite menu items are Diet Coke & Rum and the Sweet Chili Wings. After the show, buy her anything off the menu, and she will shamelessly and enthusiastically accept… Thanks in advance.

Camille Long

Camille attended her first improv show in 2014, and her life was radically and beautifully altered forever. She holds a BFA in performance from UTA and would like her theater professors to know they were wrong about everything. Since graduation from Dallas Comedy House in 2015, she has managed to “Lucy Ricardo” her way into several theaters and troupes across the metroplex and Chicago, but calls Dallas Comedy Club her home. She plays the same basic three characters consistently in some facet. They include, the Statue of Liberty, Broken Barbie, and Yenta from “Fiddler on the Roof”. You can see her perform in Primetime and with the Harold team All Time Faves, and well, anything that will have her.

Chris Hansen

Chris has been an avid member of the Dallas comedy community since 2017. He has been on multiple house teams and takes great pleasure in coaching and teaching others the craft of comedy. When not performing, you might find Chris singing karaoke at a local dive bar, playing a fun board game that you’ve never heard of, or drinking a Diet Coke at the bar.
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Dane Robertson

After a mildly successful high school speech and debate career and bombing out of the Tampa open mic scene, Dane’s comedy redemption arc began with improv in 2016. Since then, he’s graced the stage with construction-themed slam poetry, Jim Carrey impressions, and a 17th place finish in a national pun contest. A regular host of TGIF & Primetime, Dane uses his warm and calming presence to charm people into sharing their deepest secrets in a roomful of strangers. Otherwise, you can find him producing the improvised slideshow show People Presenting Things or drinking water on the patio couch.

Daniel Sybert

Daniel has been performing improv and sketch since 2016, and it changed his life for the better. Through this, he found his comedic voice and a support group of like-minded friends. Daniel is said to be well-versed in life experiences. Some of the highlights include surviving 3 years of Military school in the 90’s, becoming a professional wrestler for a year or so, and spending the ages of 3 to 5 in Malaysia. When he is not performing improv or sketch, he is watching movies and reviewing them as he an avid cinephile. You can catch Daniel in Primetime/TGIF shows, Shortney Love presents: Party Monster, Black Tie Casual, and his own show: An Absolute Pleasure.
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Donald Bennett

Donald, A.K.A. Las Colinas’ original bad boy, has been doing improv since 2017 because he was tired of drinking alone and trying to make his asleep roommates laugh. He’s been involved in a handful of house teams, both long and short, and has even begun coaching and teaching because he’s that talented.
His proudest moment in comedy is when he told a joke in a church show that made an old man in the back stand up, give him a silent thumbs down, and promptly leave. If he’s not doing comedy, he’s either out playing disc golf or reading comic books. He loves talking about both, so feel free to approach him about either one.

Emily Baudot

Emily Baudot’s a comedian with a love for character study. Her performing career began in Deep Ellum’s Dallas Comedy House in 2015. There, she studied long form improv and sketch, and performed with several house improv teams. Ever since, she’s appeared in venues across the DFW metroplex, including Dallas Comedy House, Rover Dramawerks, Four-Day Theater, Stomping Ground, and now at the Dallas Comedy Club. When she isn’t being goofy in weekend short form shows, she’s writing original monologues or getting weird with her organic long form troupe, Don’t Broken, Not Fixin’. She also loves making allies smile in Stefan Newman’s Queer Factor variety show. Most recently, she performed the pieces “C*NT” and “The Little Coochie Snorcher that Could” in DCC’s special fundraising production of the Vagina Monologues.

Hannah Hudson

Hannah feels that she has improvised most of her career but wasn’t officially part of the scene until 2019, when she began classes at Dallas Comedy House. Since then, she has completed the curricula at both DCH and DCC and is surely now a master improviser! When she’s not onstage with Primetime, she’s working on her plan B career (biomedical research and health equity), or you can find her working lights and sound in the tech booth at DCC. A Texas native, she’s all about sayin’ “yes and, y’all!”

Josh Edwards

Josh Edwards is the most pun-derful person you’ll ever meet. This Dallas-based comedian has been cutting up and busting guts since 2018. His diverse comedic background (standup, improv, storytelling, musical improv, sketch, etc.) brings a delightfully chaotic energy to the stage. Just like a fancy charcuterie board, Josh has something for everybody and a whole lot of cheese!

Juli Stalter

Juli Stalter has been part of the DFW comedy scene since moving back to Dallas from Europe in 2017. She founded and directed Comical Reaction Improv in Ramstein, Germany. Formerly known as Strike Force Improv, the troupe stoked her passion for improv. Alas, shortly after Juli was hooked, the troupe lost its original director. The programming exec’s ultimatum was direct: the troupe or improv is gone—therefore, Comical Reaction was born. At Dallas Comedy Club, she regularly performs with TGIF and Primetime Improv, she won Sketch Cram 2022, and she sang and ventriloquized with Greathouse Playhouse. Juli also facilitates a free short form workshop at DCC every 4th Saturday at 4. She has performed comedy and theatre on many other stages in DFW, as well. She recently founded and directs a new variety comedy troupe, Slow Death Jams, and co-founded the improv duo, Misery Loves Co. By day, she is an educator and counselor at a public school in order to support her comedy habit.

Katherine Smith

Katherine started performing improv comedy over 10 years ago at Vanderbilt University with a team called Tongue ‘N’ Cheek. She continued to develop her improv style with teams in Los Angeles and New York. As a Dallas native, Katherine has been so happy to return home and join the improv community here at Dallas Comedy Club.

Lauren Oxford

Lauren is a Dallas native whose improv journey began in the year [redacted] as a high school senior. She is a graduate of the Dallas Comedy House and Stomping Ground Comedy long-form improv programs and has a degree in Theatre from the University of Puget Sound. When she’s not teaching or performing improv, Lauren trains clients with Beefcake City, an inclusive virtual fitness space.
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Lucy Perry

Lucy Perry will tell you she did stand-up for the first time in the 4th grade, but it took her 30+ years to come back to comedy. A graduate of both the Dallas Comedy House and Dallas Comedy Club improv programs, Lucy has performed both long and short form improv since 2019 on various house and club teams, including the inaugural DCC Club Team, Third Degree. Not content to suffer silently through painful Zoom improv shows, she took an online stand-up class during the Covid lockdown and began performing stand-up regularly in 2021. In early 2023 she was one of 8 finalists in Purvis Wilson’s Funniest Stand Up in Dallas competition. In addition to TGIF, she can currently be seen performing stand-up around Dallas and at DCC with her other short form team, Shortney Love in their monthly show, Party Monster. When not playing comedian, Lucy is a corporate recruiter by trade and wife to her engineer husband, Matt, and mom to her 5yr old son, Sam.
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Maggie Cowling

Maggie has been performing improv since 2018. She has been on two long form house teams and is now a member of the TGIF and Primetime Short Form Teams. Maggie is a cry-laugher, so she is often wiping tears off her face during shows (this is a good thing). She loves making people laugh and interacting with the audience (on and off stage). When she’s not on stage at DCC, you can find Maggie riding her bike around town or walking her dog and/or horse and mini horse.
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Pablo Mares

Pablo Mares has been improvising since 2015, having completed the training programs at Four Day Weekend in 2016 and Dallas Comedy House in 2018. Pablo has performed throughout North Texas with improv groups, including Fishbulb, Junk Science, and Clementine. He has also performed in NYC at the Del Close Marathon in 2016, 2017, and 2018. Pablo now performs on Fridays and Saturdays at Dallas Comedy Club with All Time Faves, TGIF, and Primetime. Pablo is an expert Magic the Gathering player and knows everything about the 7-11 hotdog roller, in case you have questions.

Stefan Newman

It’s Stefan! By day, he works at a boring tech job doing data and analytics stuff that everyone immediately forgets about as soon as he explains it to them. By night, he is an improviser and comedian who produces shows and performs all over town. He started improvising in 2018 at the Dallas Comedy House and is currently a regular performer at the Dallas Comedy Club, where he produces the variety show Queer Factor and performs with the improv troupe Butt Gay.

Steve Evans

Steve has been performing since the fifth grade when Mrs. Johnson made him the lead in the school play because he was the only one that remembered his book. He has been graded “Satisfactory” ever since. Growing up, Steve’s best friend was television, which taught him British comedy and Hall of Justice characters, but no music references because MTV was banned in Haltom City, Texas. A graduate of Four Day Weekend and Dallas Comedy House programs, Steve has performed throughout Texas and NYC, and you can catch him weekly at DCC on Primetime and with the Harold team All Time Faves.