Jenn Wehrung & Coree Spencer & Sharron Paul
Jenn Wehrung is a comic (Caroline's, Gotham, The Royal Hall For Cornwall and any number of holes in the wall), a burlesque songstress (The Slipper Room, the Mermaid Ball, PS 1, The Duplex and any number of karaoke bars) and sometimes just a regular writer/actor (HBO, FOX, The NY Fringe Fest, Mortified, QUADS: A Web Series). She is a company member of Forbidden Kiss at Stage Left Studios and teaches theatre and writing with Attic Salt Theatre Company. She is the voice the mom in the audio book Jeremy Hatcher, Dragon Thatcher (Random House) which makes her cooler to her niece and nephew. And when she rides the Q69 bus, she still longs for Tony, her muse for the love/crazy stalker story that became the show that brought her together with Liz Simons!
Find her at jennwehrung.com or on all the big social medias. (She has yet to figure out Reddit.)
Coree Spencer has been in the comedy industry since 2000, starting with sketch comedy then later branching out to stand up and storytelling. Coree created the Cinder Block Comedy Festival in 2015. She has been seen on stage at Bridgetown Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest, Noisepop Music Festival and more.
Coree has also worked as a judge for Harlem Comedy Festival, Laughing Devil, She Devil, Women In Comedy, MLK Comedy Festival and stage managed for What A Joke ComedyFestival. Previously she worked as an Associate Producer for the Portland Oregon 48 Hour Film Project in 2008, and her team won the Portland festival in 2009.
Her main goal as a producer is to create supportive environments where all voices can be heard.
Sharron Paul is a NYC-based actress, comedian, and producer. She co-hosts the long-running *CHEAP DATE* comedy show, which was deemed “One of the best things to do in Brooklyn” by TimeOut New York. She’s performed at the Brooklyn Comedy Festival and NYC Podfest.
Sharron has appeared on FOX, ABC, MTV, and A&E as well as a number of popular sketches and music videos. She co-starred in the series Political Fashion Chat on IAF TV, as well as the webseries’ Girls Are Roommates, Ghostedbusters, and 2 Self Help Books Away from Being Perfect. She was named "One of the funniest women on Twitter" by the Huffington Post. Sharron is perhaps best known as a writer & performer for Lady Parts Justice, a rapid response hub that creates humorous and informative content about what’s going on in the world of reproductive rights.