MAKASHA COPELAND is a writer, actor and comedian. Despite having long hair, they are nonbinary. Their plays Extreme Home Makeover, Pitbull’s B-Day and Fabuloso! have been developed and produced with San Diego REP, Vertigo Productions, Agnes Nixon Festival, Teatro Espejo, The Tank, Theatre Lab @ FAU and Sideshow Theatre (upcoming). They are a creator of the upcoming dance first, comedy second experience STDYCD: So The Dance You Think You Can Dance? They are also a member of femme sketch group Resting Witch Face, performing at iO and Second City. They graduated from Northwestern University, where they performed, wrote and improvised with The Titanic Players, Griffin’s Tale, Mee-Ow and Out Da Box.
CHASE DOGGETT is a Tejano writer, comedian and visual artist from Austin, TX. He performs stand-up and improv in Brooklyn, NY. He is the creator of the running live comedy show Kid Biologist and the upcoming dance-improv experience STDYCD: So The Dance You Think You Can Dance? He has developed work for Brooklyn Comedy Collective, Vertigo Productions and The Tank; and been featured in shows at Brooklyn Comedy Collective, iO, Vital Joint and on the TVCO app. He is an alum of the SPACE on Ryder Farm program. He is a graduate of Northwestern University, where he produced, wrote and performed for The Titanic Players, Out Da Box and Griffin’s Tale. He is currently in the development of his apocalyptic coming-of-age comedy podcast, You’re Gonna Remember Me.
GABRIELLE SILVA is a performer from outside of Boston, MA. She is a graduate of Northwestern University and loves working on comedy and plays with her friends and has performed in workshops for Extreme Home Makeover and Fabuloso! She’s written and performed with the sketch group Resting Witch Face and directed the Out Da Box Sketch and Comedy. She is currently working on her splits and tight, tight footwork for STDYCD: So The Dance You Think You Can Dance?