Adrianne Chalepah is an American comedian and writer who is an enrolled member of the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma and the Apache Tribe of Oklahoma. Chalepah has over a decade of on-stage experience and has performed at a campaign event for former First Lady Michelle Obama. Additionally, Chalepah co-founded an Indigenous comedy troupe called "Ladies of Native Comedy."
Brian Bahe is a comedian and writer enrolled in the Tohono O'odham Nation and a member of the Hopi and Navajo Nation. Bahe's stand-up has been featured on Comedy Central. Also, he has been featured in publications by NPR, Vulture, and The Los Angeles Times. Currently based in New York City, Bahe regularly performs stand-up shows at credible venues like The Bell House, Standup Up NY, and Punch Line Philly.
Janelle Niles is a Canadian comedian, producer, and content creator of the Mi'kmaq tribe. Niles' comedy show "Got Land?" garnered her a flood of attention in the industry. Through her comedy, which has been described as eccentric, Niles aspires to communicate solidarity.
Monique Moreau is a Native American comedian, actress, and writer from Alberta, Canada. Currently based in Los Angeles, Moreau has performed stand-up in North America, the U.K., and Australia. Also, Moreau has performed opening sets for Nick Kroll, Laurie Kilmartin, Beth Stelling, and Anthony Jeselnik.
Dash Turner is a comedian and writer as well as an enrolled member of the Yurok Tribe. In 2020, Turner was named one of IllumiNative's 25 Native American Comedians to Watch. Currently, he is a staff writer for "Rutherford Falls," and a co-host of the Union Hall show "Thanks But No Thanksgiving."