Laura (HOST) is a performer and producer in theater, film, and new media. She's a producing alum of WP Theater's Time Warner Foundation Lab, and Producing Director and Co-Founder of Lesser America. Laura is star and Season 2 producer of Unicornland, a digital series about nonmonogamy featured in Vice, Rolllingstone, Huffington Post, Out and NPR’s “All Things Considered.” She’s also producing the upcoming digital series Gwen and Mina’s Puppetopia by Sarah Todes, directed by Rachel Wolther (Snowy Bing Bongs Across the North Star Combat Zone) and featuring Diana Oh (my lingerie play).
Rachel (HOST) is a Brooklyn-based actress in theatre, television, and film. She’s been seen mainly seen on New York off and off-off broadway stages, but you probably know her because she’s poured you too many shots while talking loudly about her sex life. Recent credits include “she’s marrying Steve”, a selection at the 2018 Inside Out LGBT film festival in Toronto, and frequent collaborations with Comedy Central digital. Her first introduction to porn was the soft core late night programming at Cinemax, for which she is eternally grateful.
Amanda (PRODUCER) is a Brooklyn based director and producer.
Her directorial debut "Woman of a Certain Age" premiered at Tribeca Film Festival N.O.W 2017. WOACA subsequently went on to screen at several festivals and won the Best of Fest/Audience Award at the Women in Comedy Festival.
The following year she directed "Driver Ed" which premiered at Tribeca N.O.W 2018.
Amanda is currently the Field Producer at Late Night with Seth Meyers and has produced 250+ sketches during her time there. She is a founding member of The Belly, a group of women comedy directors and producers working in New York City.